Are you a hard-core gamer? If that is the case, surely you would always want to get the chance to play game in just any device you own. While Android is advanced enough to let us play 3D games, it does not cover every single game in this world. If you like playing Steam games though, there is one way to bring the desktop gaming to your device. It would be none other than with Steam Link latest APK 1.1.7 (28). Steam Link for Android is not there for gamers only, you know. You can make good use of it to make the most of the Android TV, tablets, and phones.
Steam Link (BETA) File Information
Last updated: July 11, 2018
Developer: Valve Corporation
Version: 1.1.7 (28)
Requirement: Android 5.0 and up
File size: 30.9 MB
Uploaded: July 11, 2018 at 9:09AM GMT+07
Available on Google Play: Install from Google Play
Steam Link (BETA) app review
We would say that the term “easier said than done” does not apply to this app here. Why, of course, it is because the app makes things easy for you to bring desktop gaming to your device. All you need to do is to pair either Bluetooth or Steam Controller to your device. Then, run the Steam app on the computer with the same local network.
This alone is enough to let you play Steam games on your device. It sure is not that complicated to be done. Eventually, you can get to play your favorite game.
This app promises you best performance with those devices. With Android TV, you just need to use the Ethernet to connect computer or Android TV to the router. With tablets and phones, you can do so to connect computer or Android device to the WiFi router or network. Don’t you think it is interesting? Giving it a try is worth your time doing.
- Fixed mouse jitter when using touch on the screen
- Added low level USB support with guide button and rumble functionality for wired Xbox, PS4 and Nintendo Switch Pro controllers
- Added support for many third party Xbox One wired controllers
- Added full support for absolute mouse mode using the external mouse on Samsung DeX (relative mode doesn’t work, due to a bug in Samsung’s DeX implementation)