coryut08 wrote:-What apps support 1080p movies?
As far as I'm aware all of the major subscription ones do, but you've got to remember that for many of them at least some of their content is lower resolution.
I have a Roku 2 XS, the second best model to date, connected to my 720p TV.
coryut08 wrote:-About how much data is downloaded to watch a 1080p movie (I just moved to U-Verse and they only allow 250GB/mo downstream data)?
Perhaps these will help:
centralperk wrote:Does it play AVI files?
This had been answered, but here's the list of supported formats:
rldreams wrote:My question is "What netf app does the 3 have ?" We grabbed a refurb 2 back b4 Christmas and love it ,but the antiquated Netflix app without profiles is a royal PIA.
Yeah, I wish Netflix on my Roku 2 XS supported the relatively new profiles feature. Though, IMO, it would be even better to have separate logins for sub-accounts instead of one account with multiple profiles.
variability wrote:Does Plex from Android matter? Or is it a separate purchase that is required?
No. Unless you have PlexPass, the app for each different platform (e.g. Roku, iOS, Android) must be purchased separately.
However, as was mentioned above, you can use the RARflix app instead.
woothewitt wrote:Does it have a WatchESPN app?
Yes. You'll need a Cable/Satelite provider account to use it though.
You can see the list of apps/channels here: