Chrome is the best free and fastest web browser developed by Google to access web pages on the internet. It is considered the most secured and convenient browser among its users, as it has a simple user interface. With Chrome, you can open multiple tabs and manage them all at once. You can also easily delete your browsing history, cache, and cookies to maintain your privacy, particularly after the incognito session. Google Chrome is compatible with Linux, macOS, and Windows operating systems. But if you look for ways to use Chrome on Roku, there is no standalone Google Chrome web browser app in the Roku Channel Store. But still, you can access Chrome through Screen Mirroring from your smartphone or PC.
How to Use Chrome on Roku
While there are no direct ways to access Chrome on Roku TV, we have come up with two alternative ways to browse on Roku via the Chrome browser.
How to Enable Screen Mirroring on Roku
It is mandatory to make some changes to Roku settings to start screen mirroring.
 Turn on your Roku device and keep the device connected to the WiFi network.
 On your Home screen, scroll down and select Settings.
 Select System Settings from the list of options.
 Choose the Screen Mirroring option.
 Select any of the Screen Mirroring Mode between Prompt, Always allow and Never allow options to enable mirroring.
How to Cast Chrome on Roku using Android
 Connect your Roku device and Android smartphone to the same WiFi network.
 On your Android device, launch the Settings app.
 Click the Bluetooth & device connection option.
 Tap on the Connection Preference option and turn on the Cast option.
 Choose your Roku device from the suggestions and grant permission on Roku.
 Now, open the Play Store on your Android phone to download and install Chrome.
 After the installation, open the Chrome app and sign in with your Google ID.
 Now, you will get the Chrome tab mirrored to the TV screen.
Related: How to Get Web Browser on Roku
How to Cast Chrome on Roku using Windows PC
Initially, make sure to connect your Roku device and PC to the same Wi-Fi.
 Open Chrome web browser on your PC.
 Hit the Notifications icon from the lower right corner of the computer, and select the Project tab.
 Tap on Connect to a wireless display at the bottom of the screen.
 Choose your Roku device from the list of options.
 Once connected, you can enjoy web browsing on Roku.
Related: How to Install Google Chrome on Firestick / Fire TV
Frequently Asked Questions
No, the Google Chrome web browser is not supported by Roku, so you need to rely on screen mirroring.
Open the app store on your Android or iPhone, search for Google Chrome > tap Install/Get > click Accept.
Roku has only two web browsers ( Web Browser X and Poprism Web Browser) in their channel store.
Yes, the Google Chrome web browser is free to download for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, and iOS.
You cannot install Chrome on Roku TV. The only possible way to use it on Roku is by screen mirroring.