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NVIDIA now lets you sync your Steam library to GeForce NOW, and adds 11 new games

NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW game-streaming service enjoys its share in the now-crowded game streaming market on the fact that it was one of the first to appear for end consumers. The service started beta testing for Android last year and opened up for everyone in February. NVIDIA had pledged to announce new games for GeForce NOW every week, and...

Google is working to bring Steam support to Chrome OS

There are a lot of benefits to owning a Chromebook. They are typically affordable, lightweight, have good battery life, and Chrome OS has just enough functionality for most people. However, one reason you might not want a Chromebook is if you intend to do a lot of gaming on the go. According to a new...

BlueStacks Inside is an SDK to help mobile game devs publish on Steam and Discord

Mobile gaming saw a nice boost in recent years thanks to new AAA gaming titles and the growing "gaming phone" segment. Gaming giants like Epic Games and other companies are heavily investing in the platform and seeing some respectable returns, too. Indie developers are also hard at work developing new games for Android and iOS....

Valve launches the Steam Chat app on Android and iOS

Valve's money-making machine, Steam, is more than just a marketplace these days. It's a hub for community creations, user feedback, and social interaction. Having its own dedicated friends feature allows Steam to give users an end-to-end experience when it comes to playing with others. Now, Valve has launched Steam Chat on Android and iOS. The launch...

Steam Link’s latest beta lets you stream PC games to Android from anywhere

Valve has announced a new feature for its Steam Link service that will allow you to stream games outside of your home. Steam Link Anywhere is a new service and it greatly expands upon the previous functionality of Steam Link for Android. The Steam Link app launched on Android nearly a year ago, but there were...

VRidge 2.2 now supports Google Daydream, lets you play PC VR games

VRidge is a very cool tool that allows you to play SteamVR games without needing an expensive HTC Vive headset. Version 2.2 of VRidge makes it possible to play SteamVR games with the Google Daydream View, along with other standalone headsets. Version 2.2 supports the HTC Vive Focus, Oculus Go, Samsung Gear VR, and Google Daydream...

How to setup Steam Link on Android to play Fortnite

The Steam Link app was released for Android just a few weeks ago. It allows you to stream games from Steam to your phone and play them with a Bluetooth controller. Fortnite is one of the largest games ever as it just hit 125 million players. Epic Games announced Fortnite mobile for Android, but it...

Steam Link optimized for the Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8, and others now available

With the Steam Link released mid last month, it has already gone through a number of optimizations and changes on the Google Play Store. One update saw the Steam Controller gain access to Bluetooth Low Energy mode so that it could be connected to a mobile phone. Now, Valve (the company behind Steam) has announced...

[Update: Available Now] Steam Link is coming to Android to stream your PC game to your Android device

For many, games on Android are casual. They tend to be timewasters, with very few Android games actually being serious. That's set to change with the introduction of the Steam link application launching on May 21st (in beta) on Android. It is also planned for an iOS launch at a later date. Users of the...

Steam Controller gains Bluetooth LE to support the Steam Link app

Valve recently announced that Steam Link was coming to iOS and Android so you can stream your games from your PC to your phone. The announcement mentioned that we would be able to control our games through the Steam Controller. This lead to some confusion—the Steam Controller's Bluetooth radio isn't actually usable and hasn't been...

Stream Any PC Game on Your Android Device

https://youtu.be/OU97Fz4TCHgThere is nothing like playing a great game to relieve some stress after a long day. However, you might not always feel like sitting at your desk playing them. Luckily, with an app called Moonlight, you are able to stream any game (as long as you have the right graphics card) on just about any...

Updated Steam App Brings Some Material Design

The Steam app for Android is hardly the most up-to-date of things: it’s dated in its design and clunky in its navigation, and the value it adds to consumers is ultimately affected by these two things. Whilst the desktop client makes browsing for new games rather easy, the Android app was just not there. Luckily,...