Samsung has announced that it will offer PlayGalaxy Link on more devices in the coming weeks. Since the service was launched in September, only users of the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus have been able to use the app, but with today’s announcement, supported devices include the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy A90.
The South Korean company said Galaxy S10 owners already had access to the Play Galaxy Link, while the rest of the devices would be able to access the software in early December. In addition, the availability of the software is limited by geographical restrictions, beta versiononly is only available to users in Korea, USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Singapore and Russia.
If you have a PC with Intel Core i5 or higher CPU, 8GB DDR4 memory, 50GB or more storage, NVIDIA GTX 1060 plus or AMD Radeon RX550 plus graphics card, Windows 10 and 1GB bandwidth, you can visit www . Playgalaxy.com and install PlayGalaxy Link software for your PC. After you install the app, you can add a game from your PC that you want to stream to your phone.
On your phone, you need to download and install the PlayGalaxy Link app from the Samsung Galaxy Store before you can log in to your phone and link to your PC. Once connected, you can choose to use Bluetooth or wired handles, and then you can start playing. The software is still in beta, so there may be some bugs.