Adult Time Roku App to stop working on February 23rd, 2022

Roku has announced that all uncertified apps will stop working on February 23, 2022. This means that on that date, the Adult Time Roku app will no longer work on your Roku device. This also applies to any other adult apps you have installed on your Roku device.

As an alternative, we offer working apps for FireTV, Chromecast with GoogleTV and Android TV devices.

We started the development of a new Roku app, using the newly available Independent Developer Kit (IDK). Once ready (hopefully before the announced sunset date), we should have an alternative available, however the installation process (sideloading) will be much more involved than what you have been used to until now on your Roku device.

IDK supported devices includes Roku Express 4K, Roku Express 4K+, Roku Streaming Stick 4K, Roku Streaming Stick 4K+, Roku Ultra LT and Roku Ultra. Other models will not support the new IDK.

Please feel free to ask us any questions in the comments below.

The Adult Time Team

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1 day ago

Appreciate the Adult Time Team working to create a new option. Roku is a primary source for my content as it allows me to watch on a much larger screen than my PC would. I appreciate the heads up from the team

2 days ago

Thank God that you left us download so at least I’ll always be able to watch on my TV and not streaming on my computer when it will happen. On the other hand that suck for one of the other adult service I subscribe to since download is unavailable and give me access to movies and not just features or scenes.

Concerning the new app you works on will it work with my Hisense TV with Roku pre-installed as my streaming system? If it’s relevent the software version is 10.5.0 4201-90

8 days ago

This is pretty unfortunate, as I use roku to access most of my Adulttime content. Looks like it might be time for a change to a Fire TV or something similar.

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1 day ago

You could always use a regular thumb drive: Download what you want to watch, move the files on your drive and plug it on your TV or your BD reader. This is what I do with the services I subscribe to without a TV streaming option… a 10$ thumb drive is sure better than giving money for something you don’t really need.

15 days ago

Not an issue for me at all – zero interest in the Roku or other streaming stick/box options. PC user.