Blown away Play PC games on your phone/tablet. Stream emulators from your PC to your phone/tablet. Combine with a Bluetooth or OTG wired controller for even more mind blowing awesomeness. The audio visual stream quality is amazing and I haven't noticed any lag. I cannot overstate how impressive this app is combined with GameStream.
Seems that the latest update caused some problems for me, the buttons between x & y and a & b had switched places and I can't find resources to remap it. Also, please note that Moonlight doesn't work with the latest GFE update unless this is updated.
Extremly unstable and frustrating 9 times out of 10 it's not working either can't see my computer or see but cannot connect or just searching forever. Sometimes works well and then it's amazing. Reinstallation sometimes helps sometimes does not. Would be great if it work properly. Also to use gamepad plugged to pc you have to edit some files names, it should be default option it's easier connect gamepad to pc than to phone:)
Exactly what I wanted Streams games to my phone perfectly, just need to figure out how to use a controller and I'll be set. Haven't tried it outside of my home internet yet so we'll see how that works.
Great Works perfectly. Only issue is the hassle of port forwarding. Main issue really is the amount of people that approach you asking how you're playing GTA V on your phone when you're just trying to enjoy the game.
Unplayable latency for fast paced games Comparing it to other in home streaming apps, this one is the bomb. The only downside is that there is a noticable delay on latency between my computer to my android phone. Not sure if it's hardware related but i have my computer wired to a 5ghz router. Stay away if you want to play fast pace games like Doom 2016, COD, or any fps games that require quick reaction time.
- UI and translation improvements
- Added the ability to emulate a mouse with gamepads (hold Start to toggle)
- Added support for Xbox One S gamepad via Bluetooth and USB
NOTE: Users using port forwarding to stream over the Internet need to add forwarding for UDP 47999 and UDP 48010 to stream from GFE 2.10 or later.