How to Get Dish Anywhere on Roku

This article explains how to get Dish Anywhere on Roku. You can get the Dish Anywhere channel on any Roku compatible device.

Dish Anywhere is a streaming service that lets you stream various movies, TV shows, documentaries, and much more.

Can You Get Dish Anywhere on Roku?

Dish Anywhere is not available on Roku. And despite not being available on Roku Channel Store, you can still get Dish Anywhere on Roku by screencasting.

How to Watch Dish Anywhere on Roku

How to Watch DISH Anywhere on Roku

You cannot download DISH Anywhere on Roku since it is not available as an official Roku Channel Store. So, if you want to watch DISH Anywhere on Roku, you can do it using screen mirroring or Screencasting options on your mobile device or PC.

We have covered these methods in the next section, so you don’t have to go elsewhere to learn them.

How to Cast DISH Anywhere to Roku from Android

You can get the DISH Anywhere app on Roku using your Android device without any hassle. You can cast the screen of your mobile phone using the inbuilt casting option (no need to download any third-party app), and stream DISH Anywhere titles on Roku. Let’s see how you can do that.

Step 1: Power up your Roku and connect it to your TV.

Step 2: Connect your Roku and casting device (your Android phone) to the same WiFi connection.

Step 3: Navigate to the Roku Settings Menu.

Step 4: Enable the Screen Mirroring feature.

screen mirroring

Step 5: Download and install the DISH Anywhere app on your Android mobile phone.

Step 6: Go to the Settings app on your mobile device.

Step 7: Click on the Connection and Sharing option.

connection and sharing

Step 8: Select Cast and enable it.

enable cast

Step 9: Select your Roku device from the list of available devices. This will connect your Roku device to your mobile.

Step 10: You will now see the content of your mobile phone on your TV screen.

Step 11: Launch the DISH Anywhere app on your Android device. You can now stream your favorite titles and watch them on the big screen.

How to Cast DISH Anywhere to Roku from Windows

If you are unwilling to cast your mobile device’s screen, you can watch DISH Anywhere on Roku using your Windows PC or laptop. You can do that using the cast option on your Windows device. Below is the exact process to cast DISH Anywhere on Roku from windows.

Step 1: Plug in your Roku device and connect it to your TV using the HDMI port.

Step 2: Connect the Roku device and PC to the same WiFi connection.

Step 3: Navigate to the Roku System Settings menu and enable screen mirroring. (If you haven’t done it yet.)

Step 4: Open any web browser Chrome or Firefox on your PC.

Step 5: Visit from the Search bar.

Step 6: Once the website opens, tap the profile icon.

Step 7: Enter your DISH Anywhere login details.

DISH Anywhere login

Step 8: Choose the media you want to stream.

Step 9: Right-click on the screen and choose Cast.


Step 10: Click on the Source dropbox and choose Cast tabs.

Cast tab

Step 11: Choose your Roku device from the device list.

Step 12: You can now view DISH Anywhere content on Roku.

What Channels Can You Get with DISH Anywhere on Roku?

With the DISH Anywhere channel, you get access to over 120 channels. You cannot stream all these channels to your Roku device without screen mirroring or screencasting your mobile or PC screen. But you can still access some of the DISH Anywhere channels that are already available on Roku. These include:

  • ESPN
  • Showtime
  • History
  • NBA
  • History
  • Nat Geo
  • Disney Channel
  • DIY
  • CNN
  • FOX
  • Freeform
  • ABC
  • A&E

You can download all of these channels from the Roku Channel Store and directly access them by entering your DISH Anywhere app login credentials.

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Now you know how to watch DISH Anywhere on Roku even though it is not officially available on the Channel Store. And there isn’t any sideload app for DISH Anywhere. So, pick any of these methods and start streaming your favorite shows to your Roku TV.

Mark is a Freelance Technology Content Writer for, living in Sacramento, California. He has been writing professionally for How-To Geek, betanews, Noupe and Agility PR Solutions News as a ghost writer. His primary focus is on topics related to technology, gaming, web services, cyber-tech and smart home solutions. He graduated from California State University with a degree in journalism as his major, which made it possible for him to pursue a career that he loves so much - writing about the latest technological advances and how they can be effectively utilized by businesses and individuals alike. His content is informative yet entertaining, always providing useful insights into the various aspects of the digital world. Follow him on Linkedin, Muckrack, Twitter

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