Quibi is a US-based short-video streaming platform that was launched in April 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the falling short of subscribers, the company was shut down its service and its mobile application in December 2020. Later, in January 2021, Roku acquired the Quibi contents by paying $100 million. The great thing is that the 75+ Quibi shows will now be available on The Roku Channel app. Previously, the app has limited viewing to the smartphone, but The Roku Channel will let you stream the shows on all smart devices.
The Roku Channel app is pre-installed on all the Roku devices and it is completely free to use. If not, you can install the app from the Channel Store.
How to Stream Quibi on Roku
 Hook up your Roku device and connect it to the WiFi connection.
 On your Roku remote, press the Home button.
 In the menu, select Streaming Channels, followed by that click Search Channel.
 Using the virtual keypad, type The Roku Channel and search for it.
 From the suggestion list, select the channel and tap Add Channel button.
 The Roku Channel will get installed and appear on your Roku home screen.
 Launch the channel and watch all the Quibi shows under the Quibi section.
How to Screen Mirror Quibi on Roku using Android Smartphone
 Open the Google Play Store and install the Roku Channel app on your smartphone.
 Open the Settings menu on your Roku device.
 Choose the System option from the Settings menu.
 Under System Settings, select the Screen mirroring feature.
 Select the Screen mirroring mode and choose the Always allow option.
 Now, connect your smartphone or tablet to the same WiFi network as that of your Roku and tap the Cast icon.
 Your smartphone will look for nearby casting devices. Select your Roku device when detected.
 Then, open the Roku Channel app and play any Quibi video. It will appear on your Roku device.
Related: How to Stream Quibi on Firestick.
1. Does Roku have Quibi?
Yes, Roku will premiere the Quibi shows in their Channel Store for free to stream.
2. Which Quibi shows are on Roku?
The few shows that are on The Roku Channel are Chrissy Teigen’s Chrissy’s Court, Emmy-Winning Free RayShawn, Comedy Central’s Reno 911, Kevin Hart’s Die Hart, Big Rad Wolf, Punk’d, and Blackballed.