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Roku Channel Review: TWiT – A Great Tech TV Replacement

Do you miss tech centered programing that Tech TV was known for? If so check out TWiT (This Week in Tech) as a great replacements with many of the same people behind Tech TV. Even some of the classic shows like The Screen Savors are back!

Please check out our YouTube video at the top of the post for our full review.

From Roku.com:

TWiT

Developer:ShiftKeySoftware

TWiT Channel allows you to watch & listen to the entire TWiT.tv Network. The TWiT network is one of the most renown tech news networks with popular shows, such as This WEEK in TECH, MacBreak Weekly, Security Now & More (powered by ShiftKeySoftware)

You can add TWiT to your Roku here: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/199/twit

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3 Responses to Roku Channel Review: TWiT – A Great Tech TV Replacement

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    Jeck May 11, 2016 at 9:09 am #

    I love this network. The New Screen Savers just had their 1 year anniversary, Know How is a GREAT maker/project enthusiast show, and many more. I highly recommend for any techy out there.

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    Ottis May 11, 2016 at 11:50 am #

    I listen to several of their podcasts on my phone good stuff. I recommend checking them out regardless of what device you use.

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      Duane May 12, 2016 at 5:40 pm #

      I can no longer find a great Android app for downloading TWIT’S content. Suggestions?