Can only get around 10 fps with a secure connection, so the most fast pace game I would dare to play on this is fallout 4. But then again, fps is the only flaw! The app is well thought through, it's easy to use, and it’s s relatively Stable! Note I am a paid user, and I am using a relatively old phone (2014 Sony flagship)
Works but flawed. Fake VR mode is just a big screen picture. App sometimes dropped out of streaming. Low quality stream. S6 edge had a lot of lost frames with perfect wifi connection. Uninstalled. Too sluggish for fast paced games and didnt perform as expected.
Very good If u r not sure which app u should stream with I would definitely prefer this. I stream it on my laptop to my NVIDIA Tablet K1 my laptop has got NVIDIA 745m with an Intel Inside Core i7 and it plays relitively smooth I hav got 4g on my NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 by doing a hotspot and I can also play it anywhere which is a very good thing and it still plays smooth.
Only 60fps streamer Picture quality is highly compressed, but the frame delivery is perfectly smooth on USB tethering, and vsync off in games. If the developer can improve the compression mechanism, this will be the best. All other streamers have jitter and poor frame rates.
It's bad When I have done the android setup guide and then I turn my games to windowed mode, it doesn't work. I always have a black screen when I launch steam big picture or a game. So fix it, because I really want to play games from my laptop to my phone. My phone is Sony Xperia M2
Works but more of Beta I love the app and concept but there are many bugs. My most common bugs are that sometimes it doesn't stream the video and just disconnects but a relaunch will fix it. Sometimes doesn't hook the gamepad drivers, requires restart. And the major problem is that you cannot remotely close the game/app. My setup is everything connected via LAN no wifi and streaming to Nvidia Sheild TV. I think to make it more useful you need to be able to remotely close the app. Figuring out hooking issues is more difficult.
Turning your smartphone or tablet into a powerful gamepad for PC games.