Are you ready to have some fun with your new Samsung Galaxy phone and get some serious gaming done? Before you can, you'll likely want to get an awesome controller to pair up and make the most out of the experience.
Cloud gaming has skyrocketed in popularity, forcing companies to bring their services out of "beta" or closed beta stages, and make them available to the masses. We have even seen a few new players in the market, so we've rounded up the best game streaming apps for you to take your games (almost) anywhere.
Microsoft added OxygenOS among its list of unsupported alternate versions of Android, making it ineligible for xCloud. However, it looks like that was in error, as OnePlus has confirmed that its devices work with Xbox Game Pass (xCloud) for Android.
The xCloud is Microsoft's ambitious attempt to bring the experience of the Xbox to your phone through cloud-based streaming, so long as you have a stable internet connection and an Android device. But this begs the question: what mobile network offers the best support for the new service? We take a closer look to find out.
With the xCloud, Microsoft promises a full Xbox experience on your phone, but how do we make the most of our tiny screens? and does having a higher display rate affect how games are displayed? We dive a little deeper to find out.
Surface Duo is very much aimed at productivity, but no one said you can't have a little fun along the way. A Reddit user has shown off their Duo running both Xbox Cloud Streaming and Google Stadia at the same time, opening up some interesting (albeit ridiculous) possibilities for co-op gameplay on the go.
XCloud streaming for Game Pass Ultimate Android users officially leaves beta on September 15th, giving you access to over 100 titles on mobile devices. We feel the Razer Kishi is your best controller option for XCloud, so we're outlining the simple steps to turn your phone into a Switch-like console and play your Game Pass Ultimate library.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Project xCloud game streaming service will go live on Android starting September 15 with over 100 games. The service will be available in 22 countries around the world.
Xbox Console Streaming allowing you to use your home Xbox to stream games to a mobile device is about to begin rolling out to users in the Alpha and Alpha Skip Ahead Xbox Insider preview rings. Here's what we know so far.