Pornhub has introduced its first app for set-top boxes. The adult entertainment (read: porn) site has just launched a free streaming application for Roku devices that allows users access its five million-strong video catalogue for their viewing...erm...pleasure.

According to Gizmodo, Pornhub's streaming app has more limited functionality than its website and only lets users browse videos by basic categories and by popularity. There are no suggested links on the landing pages either, meaning you won't be able to see related video based on your "preferences". Premium Pornhub Premium users can enjoy an ad-free experience by logging into their account.

Pornhub seems to be pretty on the ball (no pun intended) when it comes to customers' changing viewing habits and the shifting technological landscape in general. In March, the company launched a free virtual reality (VR) channel on its website after a partnership with VR porn firm BaDoink VR, offering 27 videos using 180 and 360-degree views from the get-go.

Speaking to Gizmodo, Pornhub VP Corey Price said that the company aims to launch on "any platforms that allow adult content," including Google's Chromecast, which it hopes to bring support to by the end of April via its official Android app.

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