LiquidSky is a subscription-based cloud video game service that is currently available for Windows PCs and Android smartphones. The company has recently launched their improved version of their application for the Android smartphones. You can now download the LiquidSky 2.0 from Google Play for free.
LiquidSky lets you stream your favorite PC games directly to your Android smartphones. For better experience make sure you are connected to 5 GHz Wi-Fi network and your Bluetooth is turned off. You don’t need a high-end flagship smartphone to run the games. The games are actually running on the LiquidSky’s online servers and you are just receiving the images of the gameplay. The key aspect here is to have a better internet connection.
The 2.0 Beta is currently available for Windows computers and Android smartphones. However, the company will be soon launching the application for Mac and Android TV.
Stay tuned for the updates.
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