Source: Rebecca Spear / iMore Xbox Game Pass, also known as Xbox Cloud Gaming or xCloud, just recently came to iOS in the form of an invitation-only beta . It's been available on Android for a while now, so we're very happy to see it come to Apple devices. With this game streaming service, iOS users will be able to start or continue playing Xbox games without needing a console or computer. Players can even stop playing a certain game on their console or computer and then continue playing on their iPhones and vice versa. Here's everything you need to know about it. Mobile console gaming Xbox Game Pass Ultimate You'll need to pay for this service in order to access Xbox Game Pass on iOS when it eventually becomes available. The subscription starts at $1 for the first month, then goes to $14.99 per month after that. $1 for first month, $15/mo after at Microsoft Xbox Game Pass (xCloud) on iOS What is it? When will it fully launch? How … [Read more...] about Xbox Game Pass (xCloud) on iOS: Everything you need to know
The latest Xbox Update Preview has added the ability to see all your Quick Resume game save states. The patch notes for the new Xbox Update Preview coming to Alpha Skip-Ahead Xbox Insiders has been revealed by Microsoft on Xbox Wire , and it contains a long-awaited update to the Quick Resume system for Xbox consoles. Xbox users will now be able to access a folder that shows all games currently suspended in the Quick Resume state. The update is available for all Xbox consoles including Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S , along with Xbox One models. Xbox Quick Resume allows you to keep multiple games active at once, letting you instantly start back up where you left off without needing to sit through the load-up process each time. It’s a great feature, but up until now Xbox users have had no idea whether a game was in that state or not. This new feature will let you know exactly what games you have suspended and awaiting your return. Alongside this, the Guide will … [Read more...] about Latest Xbox Insider update lets you see which games are in Quick Resume mode
Apex on your phone But don't worry. More regions will be added over time. Zackery Cuevas 19 Apr 2021 0 Source: Electronic Arts What you need to know Apex Legends is coming to Android devices as Apex Legends Mobile. A regional beta starts later this month in India and the Philippines, with more regions being added over the year. Apex Legends Mobile is a brand new game, built from the ground up for mobile devices. It will not feature cross-progression or cross-play. The uber-popular free-to-play shooter Apex Legends will be coming to mobile soon as Apex Legends Mobile, with a regional beta launching later this month. EA announced that the regional beta will only be available for India and the Philippines at the start, but the plan is to include more countries over the course of the year. The first of these tests will only be available on Android devices, but will eventually expand to include iOS support as well. The publisher also … [Read more...] about Apex Legends Mobile going into beta, just not in the U.S.
YouTube TV, the streaming giant's take on a live, internet-based TV service, has officially launched in the United States. Available on both iOS and Android, YouTube TV offers live streaming content from traditional broadcast networks, as well as several cable channels, for $35 per month. Just like similar services from AT&T and Sling TV, YouTube TV lets you watch its live content on your iPhone or iPad wherever you are. Here's everything you need to know about this new streaming service. What's new with YouTube TV? YouTube TV will soon add a number of Turner channels to its lineup, including CNN, TNT, TBS, and Turner Classic Movies. The service will also be raising its base subscription price for new subscribers on March 13, moving from $35 per month to $40 per month. It's unclear at this time whether this price increase will also be applied to existing subscribers. YouTube's answer to cable will finally be coming to Apple TV soon Apple fans rejoice: According to a … [Read more...] about YouTube TV: Everything you need to know!
Hulu's live TV streaming service is available to subscribers inside the compatible app. It is not entirely unlike other streaming services like Sling TV or DirecTV Now . If you're wondering what it's all about, we've got everything you need to know right here. What's new for Hulu with Live TV? April 21, 2019: Hulu cuts the price of add-on features Hulu recently cut the price of its add-on features, making Hulu with Live TV an even better deal than ever, especially considering how much YouTube with Live TV just increased ($15, if you're wondering). Hulu seems to be making a mark just by lowering its prices as other streaming services are raising theirs. The new prices for add-ons are as follows: Enhanced Cloud DVR - $10 (previously $15) Unlimited Screens - $10 (previously $15) Enhanced Cloud DVR + Unlimited Screens Bundle - $15 (previously $20) January 23, 2019: Hulu to drop basic plan but increase price of Live TV Hulu has announced it will lower the price of … [Read more...] about Hulu with Live TV — Everything you need to know!