How to Get the Most out of the new PS4 Streaming App for iOS

Sony just surprised the world and released a PS4 Streaming App for iOS. It allows you to stream your Playstation 4 to an iOS device for easy remote gaming. While this is exciting, Sony regretfully didn’t include an instruction manual with their App. As a result not everyone is having a good experience with it. In this article we will share some tips and tricks that will help you to get the most out of streaming your PS4.

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Parsec Adds Vibration Support for Controllers

Parsec recently updated the core of their Streaming App with new features and fixes. The most notable addition is support for Controller Vibration while streaming. While this may seem like a little thing, try playing without it (you’ll notice). Continue reading to learn about their other fixes and enhancements.

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Stream an Original Xbox to other Devices

In a recent article we introduced the concept of using a Capture Card to stream various gaming consoles to other devices. That article was an overview of the process, and we promised that a more detailed tutorial was coming soon. This is Part 2.

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Rainway 1.0 Early 2019 Review

Rainway started as a beta back in January of 2018. Things were rough in the beginning and then slowly began to improve throughout the year. As of January of 2019, Rainway has ended their beta and launched their 1.0 version for computers. Were they ready to launch? Let’s take a look and find out!

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Virtual Desktop is a Theater that fits in your Bag

Have you ever wished that you owned your own private movie theater? Wouldn’t it be cool to play your video games on a huge screen? These are exactly the things that Virtual Desktop promises to make possible. All you need is a $200 Oculus Go VR headset. Do they deliver on these promises? Let’s find out!

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Top 5 Cloud Gaming related things coming in 2019

Now that the New Year’s festivities are over, it’s natural to wonder what comes next. This is especially true in the world of Cloud Gaming where many things are unknown. So let’s dig in and discuss the top 5 things that are coming for Cloud Gamers in 2019.

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Onecast Streams your Xbox One to iOS

Microsoft has promised that Xbox One Cloud Gaming is coming to mobile at some point. But maybe you want to play Xbox on your iPhone right now. Onecast has you covered! It’s a simple App that promises to stream your Xbox Games to iOS. Does it really work? Let’s find out!

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How is Rainway at the end of 2018?

It’s been almost a year since Rainway started their open beta in January of 2018. Things were rocky in the beginning, but have steadily improved. They plan to exit beta in January of 2019. That’s right around the corner. So how is Rainway today?

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Which Cloud Gaming Software Performs best in Google Chrome?

A few weeks ago, this article wouldn’t have been possible. Very few Cloud Gaming Softwares have allowed users to play through their web browser. However this is now a thing, and you’re probably wondering who’s the best. Let’s talk about 4 options for Cloud Gaming in Google Chrome.

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Parsec now works in Google Chrome

Parsec is know for the performance of their Game Streaming App. They have a reputation for achieving extremely low latency. Normally this kind of performance requires using Parsec’s own App. That all changes today with the release of Parsec for Chrome. Now Gamers can enjoy Parsec without installing the Parsec App.

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