App for iOS screen mirroring to Roku?

Our TV is a few years old and we can't cast to it. I recently found out that we can cast to our Roku player instead, though. There are a lot of apps that do this for iOS (which is what we've got); the most widely used, seemingly, is AirBeamTV's: https://www.airbeam.tv/mirror-your-mac-screen/roku/

Does anyone have experience with mirroring-to-Roku apps? If so, is there one you really like?
 

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Enjoy! AirPlay (putting content from your devices onto the TV) and HomeKit (being able to control the TV hardware itself with your device) are two of my favorite features. Siri gets a bad rap, but one thing it does exceptionally well is TV control. If you have Siri-enabled speakers (or don't mind using your phone), being able to say things like "Hey Siri, turn off the TV," "Hey Siri, pause." "Hey Siri, fast forward 1 minute and twenty seconds" is really nice.
 
Enjoy! AirPlay (putting content from your devices onto the TV) and HomeKit (being able to control the TV hardware itself with your device) are two of my favorite features. Siri gets a bad rap, but one thing it does exceptionally well is TV control. If you have Siri-enabled speakers (or don't mind using your phone), being able to say things like "Hey Siri, turn off the TV," "Hey Siri, pause." "Hey Siri, fast forward 1 minute and twenty seconds" is really nice.
Cool—will try HomeKit. Thank you again.