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Google Stadia Now Works With Most Android Phones, and Without a Controller

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Jun 11, 2020, 4:01 PM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

Google has updated its Stadia game-streaming service to work with almost any Android phone, instead of just a select list. Although there is still a list of "officially supported" phones, and a bunch of OnePlus phones were just added, users with other phones can now opt in to an "experimental" "Play on this device" mode. Also, the Stadia app for Android now works without a physical controller, thanks to new virtual controls overlaid on the screen. The option for these "Mobile touch controls" is presented automatically when starting the app without a physical controller connected. Stadia also now supports device-specific resolution settings.

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