The following 4 options will enable you to watch PureFlix.com on your TV. (Please note that we do not support SMART TV apps at this time.) Note: You must have an active subscription with PureFlix to watch PureFlix movies on mobile devices, Computers, Chromecast devices and the PureFlix channels on Fire TV and Roku. Other than the initial purchase of a Chromecast device, Fire TV device or Roku device and the PureFlix subscription, there is no additional charge to watch PureFlix on your television using the below options assuming you have Internet access.
1st Option) Chromecast Devices. (approx. $35)
We support Google Chromecast products for connecting to your TV. You can use the Chrome browser on your computer to cast movies to your Chromecast dongle connected to your TV via your WiFi network. You can also use either of the PureFlix Android or iOS apps to cast movies from your mobile devices via WiFi to your Chromecast dongle connected to your TV. Chromecast dongles are available at major retailers. (Walmart, Best Buy, Target and many others)
Basic Instructions for using a Chromecast device:
Step 1 - Purchase and connect a Chromecast device to one of your TV's HDMI ports and register the device to your WiFi network.
Step 2 - For casting from the Chrome web browser on your computer - download and install the Goggle cast extension for the Chrome browser by searching Google for "Goggle Cast Extension." You should see a returned option that says similar to "Google Cast - Chrome Web Store." Be sure to turn on your WiFi. Once the extension is installed on your computers Chrome browser and WiFi is on, you should see the "Google Cast" icon in upper right of the Chrome browser tool bar. Clicking it will allow you to cast the current tab to your Chromecast device connected to your TV.
Alternate Step 3 - For casting from the PureFlix app for Android or iOS mobile devices - Be sure to turn on your WiFi, then look for the "Google Cast" icon in the upper right of the app once you have installed your Chromecast device onto your TV and registered it. If you don't see it, try uninstalling and reinstalling the PureFlix app on your mobile device. (Chromecast was enabled as of January, 2016)
2nd Option) Amazon Fire TV Devices. (ranging from approx. $39-$139) - (Not yet available in Canada - Planning Spring 2017)
We support Amazon Fire TV products for connecting to your TV. Similar to Roku devices, Fire TV devices connect to your TV via an HDMI port and run independently of a computer. Amazon Fire TV devices are available at Amazon.com.
Basic Instructions for using a Amazon Fire TV device:
Step 1 - Purchase and connect a Amazon Fire TV device to one of your TV's HDMI ports and register the device to your WiFi network.
Step 2 - Search for an install the PureFlix app on the Amazon Fire TV device. Once you search "PUREFLIX" it can be found in the Apps & Games section. Click PureFlix, Click Download. Click to open. Type in the Email address and password that is used to sign into PureFlix.com. Click on current users and you can then start viewing.
3rd Option) ROKU devices. (ranging from approx. $29-$129) via the Pure Flix app found in the Roku Channel Store. (Not yet available in Canada - Planning Spring 2017)
Please Note that Roku 1, SE, HD, XD or XS are not supported. Similar to Fire TV these devices are independent of a computer. Roku devices connect to your TV via an HDMI port.
Basic Instructions for using a Roku device:
Step 1 - Purchase and connect a supported ROKU device to your TV. (see above for specific supported versions) Register the device to your WiFi network.
Step 2 - Search for "PUREFLIX" and download the app onto your Roku device or log in at https://www.roku.com/channels#!details/49182/pureflix. Register your email address and password for PureFlix on your Roku device. Open the PureFlix app on Roku and watch movies. For additional information on using ROKU to access PureFlix.com on your television, https://www.roku.com/how-it-works.
4th Option) Use an HDMI cable to connect your PC/Mac to your television. See: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/tech-tips-and-tricks/dave-taylor-hdmi-article.html.
NOTE: Smart TVs, Apple TV, X-Box, PlayStation and Wii are not currently supported.