LiquidSky 2.0 Beta Available on Android

The LiquidSky 2.0 beta enables Android phone owners the ability to play their favorite PC games on the go.

LiquidSky has announced that its cloud-based platform just released the 2.0 beta for Android devices. Now, Android users can access their PC game libraries from their phone and play them on the go.

Yes, LiquidSky lets you stream PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds or Overwatch right onto your phone. According to LiquidSky's Co-Founder and CEO, Ian McLoughlin:

"LiquidSky is incredibly excited to offer the thrill of PC gaming to a vast audience around the globe that was previously without access to capable gaming PCs. We believe the world is going mobile and, until today, mobile gaming meant compromise. Not anymore. The new LiquidSky Android app offers the same features and PC desktop capabilities of our cloud-based technology, but leverages the portability and prevalence of tablets and smartphones, making PC gaming truly possible anywhere, anytime, on billions of devices."

The LiquidSky app lets players access their gaming libraries from popular storefronts like Steam, Blizzard, Origin, GOG, Humble Bundle, and Green Man Gaming from their Android device.

LiquidSky has several payment plans: Pay-As-You-Go, Monthly Subscription, and even an ad-supported Free plan, which converts opt-in ad viewing into SkyCredits to put towards game time.

The LiquidSky Android Beta app is compatible with Android OS 6.0+ devices, and can be downloaded in Google Play.

Published Jul. 11th 2017

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