NVIDIA, the renowned company dedicated to graphics cards, also has an interesting service called GeForce Now. If you don’t have a high-performance computer, you may not have access to certain video games, or the best possible experience with them. However, this streaming game serviceSimilar to Stadia, it allows you to enjoy top-quality games on devices with moderate performance. AND NVIDIA GeForce Now It is available as an application on Android.
For Android mobile devices, NVIDIA GeForce Now is an application. This application simply gives users access to Computer games that can be enjoyed in streaming; that is, a server runs them with the required hardware, but we play them on Android devices with tight hardware thanks to streaming, just by having a compatible Internet connection. This is precisely why it is similar to Stadia, because the hardware that runs the game does so remotely, but it is served to our device in streaming over the Internet, with reduced latency and a smooth experience.
NVIDIA GeForce Now are (some of) your computer games, but on Android mobiles
When opening the app NVIDIA GeForce Now On an Android mobile device, regardless of whether it is a smartphone or a tablet, the ‘bookshop’ of titles will be synchronized with that of our computer. There may be video games from Stream, Origin, Battle.net, and other platforms. Only some of them are supported, but of these –the compatible ones-, If we have them already purchased, then we can also enjoy them on our Android device.
This entire collection of video games will be available in our GeForce Now application, from NVIDIA, and we will only have to select which one we want to load to start playing it on our Android mobile device. However, in many cases we will be recommended to connect certain peripherals to the mobile to be able to properly enjoy the video game. Because, although NVIDIA offers on-screen touch controls, in a virtual way, the experience is not ideal and it has quite a few limitations.
Note: At the moment, NVIDIA GeForce Now is in beta. You can download the APK of the application from external servers such as APKMirror, and some users find it, but a priori it is limited to users from South Korea. The operation, in case NVIDIA allows us to access the service, seems to be correct in connections with WiFi. On mobile networks, stability can easily be compromised.