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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Nvidia Brings GeForce Now Cloud Gaming to Android

In the previous summer, NVIDIA announced a new gaming platform, known as GeForce NOW, is coming to Android. This week, NVIDIA GeForce NOW service has already been released on Android.

Nvidia Brings GeForce Now Cloud Gaming to Android

GeForce NOW is directly competing with Google Stadia platform. 

GeForce NOW uses NVIDIA’s groundbreaking GPUs to transform your Android device into a high-powered gaming PC, streaming games from the cloud.

The GeForce NOW app works with Android phones with at least 2GB of memory and Android 5.0 (L) or later. For an optimal experience, they recommend 5GHz WiFi with at least 15Mbps internet access and a Bluetooth gamepad.

The service will grow over time, and competition with Stadia will make both stronger and better. If you don't have an account, you can register at www.geforcenow.com and join the trial phase queue. Currently, GeForce NOW for Android is currently only available in South Korea through LG U+.

Check out GeForce Now from: Google Play store
Check out GeForce Now from: External Link


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