With Iterable's Roku SDK, you can send in-app messages from Iterable to your Roku channel. In-app messages sent from Iterable to a Roku device can display an image, some text, and a couple of buttons that can deep link to content in your channel. These messages appear on the lower right-hand corner of the screen, like this:
To learn about Roku development, check out the Roku Developer Portal.
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Supported use case
Iterable's Roku SDK is designed to fetch and display a single in-app message to a signed-in user when your channel launches. It is not designed to display multiple messages at various points throughout your channel's lifecycle.
If other scenarios are important to you, talk to your Iterable customer success manager.
Iterable's Roku SDK is available on GitHub: https://github.com/iterable/iterable-roku-sdk
For help adding the SDK to your Roku channel, check out this sample code: https://github.com/Iterable/iterable-roku-sdk/tree/main/test-app.
Supported Roku OS versions
Iterable's Roku SDK supports Roku OS 10.0+.
To learn how to get started using Iterable's Roku SDK, read these articles:
Installing Iterable's Roku SDK - Describes how to install Iterable's Roku SDK in your Roku channel's source code and configure it for use.
Tracking Events with Iterable's Roku SDK - Information about using Iterable's Roku SDK to track system custom events.
Iterable's Roku SDK: Reference - Information about methods you'll call when working with Iterable's Roku SDK.
To learn more about sending Roku messages with Iterable, see Roku Overview.