Nvidia officially launches streaming service games (give now) for Android devices

Nvidia officially launches streaming service games (give now) for Android devices

The company announced (Nvidia) Nvidia in the month of August/last August that it intends to bring the service to broadcast games affiliate (give now) GeForce Now to the Android operating system, has already been the launch of the service which is available to download.

While it may look to the service (give now) as suitable for broadcast games coming from Google (State) Stadia, only the first relies heavily on computer games the user to broadcast local library to the device via internet connection. As part of the subscription, users can broadcast games from the cloud, along with dozens of custom gaming computers.

They feature service (give NAO) on the (state) that it also gives users access to the current library of games, with the possibility of connecting with the platforms, such as: (travelling to Turkey James) Epic Games, and(six) Steam to choose from more games.

When streaming from the cloud, the servers, the Nvidia based cards the advanced graphics of (R T X) RTX with the task of work. This means that the smartphone will try performance computers, advanced gaming specifications without any special equipment, is this; if the internet connection is fast enough.

Users can download the application (give now) on Android devices operating version 5.0 and later from the store Google Play over the next few days. It now appears that the app is only available for users in Korea. However, users can download the app as an APK and download it and install it manually from here.

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Referred to to service (give now) are still experimental, so users experience certain problems on their phones or their tablets. Also the user needs to activate a special account in (give NAO) of the personal computer.

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