Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series' Game Streaming App will be Available in September

One of the newest features that was unveiled by Samsung for its Galaxy Note 10 series during its Unpacked 2019 event last week is called PlayGalaxy Link. It is a game streaming app which allows users to play their PC games on the Galaxy Note device itself via streaming or mirroring. Good news is, those early Samsung Galaxy Note 10 adopters will not need to wait much longer to experience this promising mobile feature as the said application will be available in September, that's next month.

The video below published by Samsung on its YouTube channel gives us a quick overview and demo on how the PlayGalaxy Link app will work on the latest Samsung flagship smartphones.


This PlayGalaxy Link is made possible by Samsung's partnership with a cloud-based gaming start-up company called Parsec. More good news is it is going to be a free service that every Samsung Galaxy Note 10 owner will enjoy.

The PlayGalaxy Link app for Android and Windows 10 will be released in the first two weeks of September. Right now that's what is known about this PlayGalaxy Link game streaming app. However, we imagine this will, hopefully initially, be exclusively available for Galaxy Note 10 series. I know there are some other Galaxy phone users out there who would like to give it a try on their devices. Let's just hope that it will be rolled out to other Samsung-made smartphones in the future as well.

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