NVIDIA GeForce Now Begins Rolling Out to Android Users

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Android owners can soon access their PC libraries anywhere in the world. NVIDIA has begun rolling out its GeForce Now service for Android devices, which lets gamers play even the most demanding titles on weaker hardware thanks to streaming technology. The app has only officially launched in South Korea thus far, but anyone can sideload the APK, which is available on APKMirror.

Naturally, you might want to play titles using a gamepad rather than the touchscreen on your device. Many games simply won’t be that much fun using the touchscreen rather than dedicated hardware buttons. Certain Steam titles are also not supported or might experience some issues, so don’t be alarmed if your entire library is not visible or playable.


Tsing Mui
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