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Google Stadia adds mobile touch controls, per-device resolution settings, and now works on any Android device

Google Stadia is one of the hottest new cloud gaming services on the market. Google has already added popular games from series like Destiny and Assassin's Creed with more titles being added each month. The best part of cloud gaming is that, with a simple server-side and app update, the user experience can be drastically...

T-Mobile is offering 3 free months of Stadia Pro

Google Stadia is the hot new game streaming platform and it's slowly getting better and better. Last month, the service received a number of new games and features, plus more are on the way. Google offered 2 months of Stadia Pro for free back in April, now T-Mobile is offering 3 months for free. The offer...

[Update 2: Metro Games] Google Stadia adds Jotun and Sundered, announces Elder Scrolls Online launch date, and rolls out 1440p streaming

It's increasingly looking like cloud game streaming services are here to stay. These services are useful ways to enjoy the latest games for those who don't have, can't buy, or won't buy gaming hardware, whether we're talking about consoles or high-end PCs. Google Stadia is one of the leading cloud gaming services, and Google seems...

Google Assistant can now launch Stadia games on Android and Chrome OS

When Google first launched its Stadia cloud gaming service, they made it available for a handful of Android devices, the Google Chrome browser, and the Chromecast Ultra. While Google has yet to expand support to Android TV devices, they have enabled gameplay on dozens of additional Android smartphones and have greatly expanded the service's functionality...

Google Stadia adds support for the OnePlus 8, mobile captures on the Stadia controller, and will get Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla

Google Stadia is quickly growing to be one of the best cloud gaming platforms, and there's no sign that Google is slowing down anytime soon. Every month, Google makes improvements to the service and announces new games. April has been one of the biggest months for new Stadia features and launches. Just a few days...

Google Stadia is adding PUBG, games from EA and Square Enix, and 2 new “First on Stadia” exclusives

Stadia is Google's first attempt to create a cloud gaming platform. Since it was announced last year, there have been concerns about the number of games (or lack thereof) that would be available and if it was worth investing in the platform. Stadia has gradually added more games to its library and today it's getting...

Cloverplay adds touch screen controls to Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud on rooted Android phones

With more people than ever staying at home due to COVID-19, there's never been a better time to learn a new skill, work on your resume, catch up on the latest show, or play that new video game. If you're itching to play some video games during all this downtime and you don't already have...

Google Stadia will add support for OnePlus phones starting with the OnePlus 8

Since its launch late last year, Google's cloud game streaming service Stadia has made its way to several devices. While the service was initially exclusive to Google's Pixel smartphones, Chromecast Ultra, and Google Chrome browser, earlier this year Google extended Stadia support to the Samsung Galaxy S20, Razer Phone, ASUS ROG Phone, and more. Now,...

Google is offering 2 months of Stadia Pro for free

One of the interesting side effects of people being cooped up in their homes is the outpouring of content. Movies have been released digitally early, online classes for kids have gone free, and many paywalls have been lifted. Google is now joining in by making Stadia Pro free for 2 months and they're removing the...

TouchStadia lets you use on-screen controls when playing Stadia on Android

Cloud-based game streaming is purported to be the next point of focus for tech innovation, with major players like Microsoft, Sony, NVIDIA, and Google gearing up to provide a way to seamlessly play and experience games without a focus on hardware. Google Stadia gets a chunk of attention in this space, mainly because of Google's...

The next ASUS ROG Phone will come pre-loaded with Stadia

Google's Stadia is one of the most high-profile cloud game streaming services. Its competitors include NVIDIA's GeForce Now, Microsoft's Xbox Live, and Sony's PlayStation Now. The paid version of Stadia (Stadia Founders' Edition) launched in November 2019 for the Google Chrome browser, the Google Pixel phones, and any Chromecast-connected TV. It received its fair share...

Google Stadia adds support for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Razer Phone, ASUS ROG Phone, and more

Google's cloud game streaming service, Stadia, launched late last year. The service received mixed reviews initially for lacking a lot of promised features, but it's still too early to see whether the service is really succeeding or not. Currently, Stadia access is pretty limited as it only supports Pixel devices if you want to play...