It’s finally official: after months of waiting for its release, and after an APK that has been running for a long time without too much problem, Google Stadia will officially land on Android TV on June 23. It will do it on Chromecast with Google TV, Nvidia Shield, Xiaomi Mi box and many other devices and TVs.
One of the biggest advantages of Google Stadia, and the one that the platform has shown the most, is that can be used on almost any device with a screen
Stadia can be activated experimentally on any Android TV
As we said, we’ve been impatiently awaiting the news and it took a long time to produce, but it’s already official: Google confirms that Stadia will definitely land on Android TV from June 23, when the application will be available for download from the TV and Player Play Store. There will be no more reason to download the APK and install it manually since Stadia will officially be in the store
As with the mobile application, Google will offer the service on a limited number of devices; which ones he will support. However, Playback can be enabled from the experimental options in the app. This will open the door for anyone with an Android TV to test if Stadia is working properly for them.
The list of devices officially compatible with Google Stadia is as follows:
- Chromecast with Google TV.
- Hisense U7G, U8G and U9G televisions.
- Nvidia Shield TV and Shield TV Pro.
- Onn FHD Streaming Stick and UHD Streaming Stick.
- Philips 8215, 8505 and OLED 935/805 televisions.
- Xiaomi Mi Box 3 and Mi Box 4.
That you don’t have one of the previous Android TVs does not imply that you stay out of Google Stadia. You just need to activate the experimental replay to know if the game is going well. The app will be available in the Google Play Store for your Android TV on June 23.
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