LiquidSky, a cloud gaming platform, has introduced its revamped mobile app. For the time being, the LiquidSky 2.0 Beta app is compatible with Android-powered devices only. It provides mobile gamers with the chance to play PC games via their smartphones and tablets. The 2.0 Android app is the improved version of the LiquidSky, launched a year ago.
LiquidSky developers elaborate that the main objective of the app is to help gamers play their favorite PC games without buying additional mobile hardware.
The LiquidSky Android 2.0 Beta app works in the following manner. LiquidSky connects users to a SkyComputer and allows them to download games or choose from their existing libraries. Players who take advantage of the LiquidSky app gain access to their gaming library from all major storefronts – Steam, Blizzard, Origin, to name a few.
The LiquidSky 2.0 beta is now available for download from the Google Play store. It supports all features and performance enhancements of the LiquidSky 2.0 Windows PC beta that was released not long ago. According to developers, LiquidSky will soon be compatible with Mac and Android TV devices.
In a special statement, Ian McLoughlin, LiquidSky’s Founder and CEO, said that the LiquidSky team was excited to bring PC gaming to Androids and provide players with a convenience they have been seeking. He also added that the release of the app means that mobile gaming should no longer be associated with compromises on gamers’ end. Mr McLoughlin confirmed that THE portability mobile devices ensure does not come at the expense of poor user experience.
LiquidSky is free to access provided that users watch ads. Alternatively, they can avoid the ads by purchasing credits or paying a monthly fee.
As LiquidSky is technically a streaming service, the developer recommends sticking to Ethernet whenever possible. A 5GHz WiFi or 4G are the other sufficient connectivity options.