Steam Link App BETA Now Available For All Android Users

Federico Mansilla
May 18, 2018

The Steam Link app, slated to launch the week of May 21st, will allow users to stream devices while connected via 5Ghz wireless network or wired Ethernet, according to the press release. Obviously, we're talking about streaming your games from the PC/Mac to a smartphone, not actually running them from the Android or iOS device.

The Steam Link App will eliminate the need for the official Steam in-home streaming device, giving users easier access to their library of digital titles across a shared network - users who are interested in trying out the app are recommended to be running at least Android version 5.0, with access to some form of Bluetooth controller. The Steam Link app is now available in beta, for Android, and will let you stream games to your Android phone, tablet, or TV. You'll even be able to adjust the settings for better performance quality from the advanced settings menu option.

Steam Link App BETA Now Available For All Android Users
Steam Link App BETA Now Available For All Android Users

The controller will not work outside the app on mobile phones.

While the Android version of the app is available now and will spend the next week in beta before officially launching on May 21, Valve says the iOS version should be coming soon, but is "pending further review with Apple".

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