Published: Tue, October 08, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Release date, time, Android remote play, patch notes

Release date, time, Android remote play, patch notes

Lastly, the Party App will also offer a new Chat Transcription feature for United States users via the PlayStation 4 Second Screen App on your smartphone or other mobile devices. As always, Sony recommends using a wired LAN setup for the best Remote Play experience. The move comes hot on the heels of Sony slashing its PlayStation Now pricing in half, and letting cross-platform multiplayer wiggles its way to more games.

For iPhone or iPad users, meanwhile, the Remote Play App has been updated so they can now display the controller at all times and lock the screen orientation.

Coming as part of the PS4 System Software Update 7.00 this week, the feature will give all Android users the opportunity to stream their PlayStation 4 games to their handsets and tablets.

Huge news for PS4 users: the latest software update for PlayStation 4, version 7.00, is launching this week worldwide.

Sony has announced that all phones supporting Android 5.0 and up will be compatible with PS4 Remote Play very soon.

For playing alongside friends or other community members, the Party feature has been rebuilt, which means two things.

Update, October 1, 2019: Microsoft has added the Android version of its xCloud app to the Google Play Store. Plus, network connectivity and audio quality are said to have been improved.

Almost seven months after debuting on iOS, billions of Android users will finally be able to stream "select" PS4 games to their mobile devices, though an update to Android 10 is required if anyone is looking to play with a DualShock 4 wireless controller.

In order to use Remote Play on your Android phone or tablet, you'll first have to wait for the 7.00 update to roll out this week.

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