Can you stream Kanopy on Roku?
How to Sign Up and Download Kanopy on Roku
- Go to the Home Screen on your Roku.
- Launch the app store and search for “Kanopy” on your Roku.
- Select “Add to Home” to install the app.
- You can now stream Kanopy on Roku.
How to Sign Up for Kanopy on Other Streaming Devices
If you have other devices, you can learn how to sign up for and use Kanopy on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
What features are available on Kanopy?
Kanopy Kids offers an unlimited amount of movies and shows for kids available in public libraries only. Parents can also set up a PIN with Parental Controls to make sure their kids are viewing age-appropriate content.
There aren’t any restrictions on sharing your account and you can stream on an unlimited number of devices. However, every viewing will count against your 10 Play Credit limit for the month (except for Kanopy Kids content).
There are plenty of popular documentary and educational series from major television networks like History, A&E, and PBS. This includes “The Facebook Dilemma,” “Hunting Hitler,” among other thought-provoking titles.
The service has award-winning titles and popular films like “Chinatown,” “Magnolia,” “On Golden Pond,” “Boyhood,” “Lady Bird,” “His Girl Friday,” and “A Fish Called Wanda.”
The service features many Criterion films like “8 1/2,” “The Seventh Seal,” “The 400 Blows,” and “Jules and Jim.”
There are also educational films like “Understanding Russia: A Cultural History.”
Kanopy’s partnerships add a lot of value to the content collection. Kanopy partners with distribution giants like A24, Bleecker Street, HBO Documentary Films, Paramount, PBS, and Samuel Goldwyn Films.
The Kanopy Kids membership is for viewers ages 2 and older. Viewers can watch an unlimited number of educational and entertaining videos every month, including movies, TV series, animated storybooks, and more.
You’ll find some childhood favorites like “The Secret of NIMH,” “Looney Tunes: Back in Action,” “Explorers,” “Reading Rainbow,” “Sid the Science Kid,” and “Super Why.”
You’ll also get access to the BBC’s “MUZZY” series to help children learn a new language.