Rather than some kind of mundane Steam account verification or servicing function, these apps will allow Steam users enjoy games and movies on-the-go. The Steam Link app includes support for the Steam Controller and Apple-approved controllers.
The app will appear in the week of May 21 and allow people to play games in their Steam library on their Android or iOS devices reports Valve. Further, Valve says that the app will feature support for the Steam Controller, Made for iPhone (MFI) controllers, and more controllers over time.
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Any device you stream to must be connected to a host PC (whatever's running Steam) via a 5GHz wi-fi or wired network.
Does the Steam Link app have touch controls?
To work, the app will require an excellent connection, either in Wi-Fi 5 GHz, which theoretically supports speeds up to 1300 Mbps or Ethernet connection which is a big limitation that will prevent you to be able to play everywhere. In addition, Steam Video is coming to Android. Steam has not provided a release date for the Video app, but has confirmed it will be ready for download "later this Summer". Today's announcement brings the service to Android and iOS via the new Steam Link app.
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Steam Link is a standalone device which allows users to stream content from their Steam Library to TV sets and other devices. Due to customer feedback, the app will offer the ability to view content in offline and streaming modes.
We'll give the Steam Link app a test run when it's out in a couple weeks.
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