Valve's Steam Link App Now Available for Android in Beta

Steam Link App BETA Now Available For All Android Users

Steam Link app now available for Android, iOS version still pending Apple review

As we reported a week ago, Valve is releasing an app for Android and iOS that allows users to stream games from their Steam library to other devices.

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Streaming video games over LTE will not be an option, however.

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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. More details on this new feature can be checked out on Steam. Well, the day has come and the Steam Link app for Android is now available in beta.

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You can grab it from the Play Store below, or from APKMirror. If you have Steam Controller, you can also pair it with your Android phone/tablet, but a wide range of Bluetooth controllers are compatible with Steam Link app, so you can go ahead and try it out if you don't have Valve's Steam Controller. It's possible that black bars on the edges will appear on your mobile device since this is how the app is dealing with the aspect ratio differences, but you can use two-finger pinch and pan gestures to zoom in.

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