Nvidia GeForce Now: Rolling out on Android

Akash Elango
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As said in August, Nvidia has begun to roll out its Geforce experience to Android users in South Korea. For those whom its not yet available, the APK is available on APKMirror. You should be able to download the GeForce Now app on your Android devices (running Android 5.0+) from the Google Play Store over the coming days.

The Nvidia Geforce Now is almost similar to Google’s Stadia, but is different in its own way.Both services allow you to stream and play games from their own cloud servers with low latency and high frame rates. Google Stadia is powered by AMD chips while Nvidia Geforce Now is powered by Nvidia RTX cards.

The major difference is how you get the games. Nvidia GeForce Now links to major game providers like Steam, Epic Games, and Batte.net, while Stadia aims to be a marketplace for games along with a game streaming service. Both are subscriptions with paid options. Nvidia will charge per hour and prices will vary depending on the GPU. Stadia has a $10 per month option with 4K 60fps and it comes with a few games.


GeForce NOW app works with Android phones with at least 2GB of memory and Android 5.0 (L) or later. For an optimal experience, we recommend 5GHz WiFi with at least 15Mbps internet access and a Bluetooth gamepad, such as:
• SHIELD controller: www.nvidia.com/en-us/shield/shop/
• Razer Raiju Mobile: www.razer.com/gaming-controllers/razer-raiju-mobile
• Steelseries Stratus Duo: steelseri.es/nvidiasd

The Android client is pretty easy to use. If you have access to the beta, all you need to do is sign into your Nvidia account. After that, it will load all the games either in your library or on the supported platforms. The Nvidia GeForce Now service is still in beta, don’t expect everything to be perfect on your Android phone or tablet. You will also need a previously activated GeForce Now account from your PC or Mac. If you don’t have one, you’ll have to sign up at www.geforcenow.com and wait.


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