Progress and limits continue to be made in the world of cloud computing and this latest advancement will help millions of Android device owners to enjoy Google Chrome even more. Android users hoping to swap their phone’s small screen for something bigger have been given a new way to use the Google Play Store’s vast library of free games on their desktop PCs. A new announcement made today by tech company BlueStacks confirmed that Android users can now play their favorite games using an easy-to-download app or by accessing Bluestacks x cloud services through the browser. Google Chrome.
This second option – named BlueStacks X – is very new and currently only offers a limited number of compatible games and apps. But that little roster is expected to grow over the coming weeks and months, with plenty of games to be included in the final group.
It works by leaving all the serious computing power to another device before streaming all the important data over the internet to your computer or laptop, essentially dealing with whatever is needed to run the game through a cloud.
The great thing to note here is that running Bluestacks X through your Chrome browser means you don’t have to download your game, wait for it to install updates, or face any issues with your game. troublesome compatibility.
A post from Bluestacks further explains, telling its new users: “One of the advantages of cloud gaming is that, just like with other platforms like XCloud or Stadia, the rendering and processing of the game itself is not not managed by the user’s device, but elsewhere on a server, and instead, the user accesses a streaming version of the game over the Internet.
“For BlueStacks X, that means our cloud-based app player is platform independent, so you can play it on literally any device.
“Whether you are at home relaxing on your laptop, desktop or tablet, or playing the violin on your phone, you can access all of the mobile games in our catalog. on any device and retrieve them wherever you want. leave behind.
“Plus, BlueStacks X is available on any operating system, so you can play it whether you’re on Mac, Windows, or Linux.”
The normal version of Bluestacks also allows access to your favorite app and games from your desktop, but requires you to download and install the official app, as well as run them from your computer.
“If you are playing locally on your PC or phone, you will need to consider various aspects of your hardware specifications, including the amount of RAM, as well as the number of cores and frequencies of your processor, which is something that most users won’t want to bother with it. However, since you don’t render or process anything locally when playing on BlueStacks X, you can basically enjoy any game with the best graphics and performance settings, regardless of your hardware, and without using so much power. RAM and processor that run games locally.
BlueStacks X is the only cloud gaming service that offers free streaming of mobile games to all compatible devices.
Bluestacks are currently ad-supported, but none of them were designed to interrupt or affect your playing time, making this a great new option for those hoping to ditch their phone’s small screen for something bigger.