Microsoft launches Xbox One Console Streaming for Android phones

30 October 2019
Xbox One testers can now enjoy their games on their Android devices

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  • Dj million

I so much love it work so fast.

  • Stak

I can see comments thinking this is/similar to a cloud service. Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't this somehow similar to Steam Link and not a cloud gaming service like Stadia?

Also, the upload speed mentioned should be your home network upload speed rather internet?

Josua, 31 Oct 2019Where can you buy The stand XBOX CONTROLLER for your phoneRngeo 3-Pack Foldable Mobile Phone Holder for Microsoft Xbox One Controller (Black) - $10.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07M8NF3B6/ref=cm_sw_r­_cp_apa_i_oC1VDb94FG2Q4

See it in action here:
https://www.amazon.com/review/R1S1F1EHE4PH9J/ref­=cm_cr_srp_d_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07M8NF3B­6

  • xbox fan

unfortunately, xbox is not global. I don’t live in the US, officialy they don’t have services in Central America an even I can enjoy xbox , I can not enjoy Xbox One Console Streaming for Android phones in my country. I´m seriously evaluating abandon xbox and move to Play station.

Ps4 has remote play for many years now. Microsoft is finally catching up

  • Josua

Where can you buy The stand XBOX CONTROLLER for your phone

Anonymous, 31 Oct 2019Again Android gets the first dibs for everything Mobile gaming is very popular with Android. I literally don't see any doing mobile gaming on iOS, not even once.

  • Anonymous

Kangal, 31 Oct 2019Weird it's usually iOS. However, Xbox is playing catch-up to Pl... moreOh yeah, I lost track of how features were on Android that were eventually copied to iOS.

  • Anonymous

Kangal, 31 Oct 2019Weird it's usually iOS. However, Xbox is playing catch-up to Pl... moreMobile games normally iOS first.

But streaming utilities like these, tends to be slower.. since Apple restrict apps on their store.

Steam link for instance.. takes very very long time to get on the app store.

Anonymous, 31 Oct 2019Again Android gets the first dibs for everything Weird it's usually iOS.
However, Xbox is playing catch-up to PlayStation here. Though I'm not sure how popular either of these implementations are. I mean, the Wii U's concept didn't exactly take off the way Nintendo wanted.

  • Anonymous

Again Android gets the first dibs for everything

  • Anonymous

Whackcar, 30 Oct 2019This is a great concept to be honest. Mobile games are a joke, b... moreEnjoy 100ms latency unless you live on top / near the source. Cloud gaming has been tried for years and it always fails because we cannot bypass the laws of physics , apparently.

It can/could work if companies were to abandon their tyrannical proclivities and allow idle computing power (in computers/consoles that may happen to be around the user) play the role of the server. But in that case they would need to invent a way to pay those lending their idle compute power, meaning cutting from their pure profits on one hand and on the other use the kind of technology that gizmodo tells me is useless and evil, cryptocurrencies.

We would not like that. Imagine the forces of light winning for once. Naaah, continue on with your centralized services/servers see where that would lead you. Another decade of boneheadedness they may get around -eventually- and see the error of their ways...

Until then? Gaming from remote servers = terrible experience, it will fail as it always does.

This is a great concept to be honest. Mobile games are a joke, but being able to play PC/Console games on smartphones could be a great experience. The best part is that the performance would be dependent on your internet speed rather than your phone's specs, which would mean that even people with budget phones could get a good experience.

I'm beginning to like more of MS and Google collaborations over being just rivals. Same for MS's Xbox and Sony's PSs.

Had the app a while. Got accepted into early testing 2 weeks ago. So far it works fine with an xbox one x controller and op 7 pro.

An early software test for Surface duo