How to Get Patreon On Roku

Patreon is a premier subscription-based service platform for influencers and creators alike. Creators with existing audiences can increase their engagement and revenue through Patreon with exclusive videos/content.

New and budding influencers can make use of Patreon to interact better with their viewers through this service and even earn decent money out of it.

Get Patreon On Roku

To be able to use Patreon on Roku you have to screen mirror/miracast from your android device or iOS device to your TV. Patreon is available both on the Play Store and App Store as a free download. 

Streaming your Patreon to Roku can be achieved very easily since Roku already has the option to enable screen mirroring. Once you enable screen mirroring on your Roku-enabled TV you can easily stream your Patreon on your TV.

The following steps will guide you on enabling screen mirroring on Roku which will help you to stream Patreon on Roku.

Step 1: Press the HOME button present on your Roku remote.

Step 2: Scroll down and navigate to the Settings option and click on it.

Step 3: Click on the System option after pressing the Settings option previously.

Step 4: You will be able to see the Screen Mirroring option at the beginning, Clik on it.

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Step 5: Hit on Enable Screen Mirroring.

Step 5: Out of Prompt and Always Allow, choose either of the two.

1. Screen Mirror Patreon from Android to Roku

 Most newer Android phones support the functionality to stream their display on large screens by miracasting. Your device must have a minimum Android version of 4.2 and above in order to support screen mirroring. 

Here’s how you can screen mirror your Patreon from your Android on Roku.

Step 1: Navigate to the Play Store on your Android device.

Step 2: Tap on the search bar and type in Patreon and hit search.

Step 3: Click on install beside the Patreon app in the search results.

Step 4: Login and set up your Patreon.

Step 5: Now, make sure both your Roku device and Android phone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network in order to screen mirror successfully.

Step 5: Simply slide down your notification bar and there will be an option called Cast. Click on it.

Step 6: After the pop-out opens, it will show you a list of available TV’s you can mirror to. Out of those select your Roku device on which you’ve just enabled screen mirroring.

Step 7: Now just click on Start Over to begin mirroring your Android screen to your Roku-enabled TV. 

Step 8: Open your Patreon app to enjoy it on your big screen.

2. Screen Mirror Patreon from iOS to Roku

In order to stream Patreon from your Apple device to your Roku TV the steps to follow are given below:

Step 1: For the firsts, open your App Store and download and install the Patreon app which is available for free.

Step 2: Login to your Patreon app.

Step 3: Open your App Store once again and install the app called Mirror For Roku.

Step 4: Install the same app on your Roku device also which is available for free in the Roku App Store.

Step 5: This step is very crucial, make sure your Roku device and iPhone/iPad are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step 6: Launch the Mirror For Roku app which you just installed on your iPhone/iPad.

Step 7: Now tap on the Roku Device Name on the screen.

Step 8: Now on your Roku Device a Pairing Request will pop-up, approve it in order to start the connection. The Mirror For Roku on your Roku Device will start automatically, if it doesn’t make sure to start it manually. 

Step 9: Now tap on Allow notifications and then on Start Mirroring.

Step 10: Open your Patreon app to enjoy all of the content on your Roku Enabled TV.


Does Roku have Patreon?

No, as of now Roku still doesn’t have a Patreon app on their Roku channel Store. Alternatively too there’s no way to download a third party version of the app which would be compatible with Roku. So sticking to screen mirroring would be the best option.

Can I watch Patreon on TV?

Yes, but there’s a catch. You can watch Patreon on your TV only if you stream it from your Android or Apple device by screen mirroring. 

Mark Roberts is a freelance writer and tech enthusiast based in San Diego, specializing in internet security, Roku guides, cord-cutting, and more.

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