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Google supports Stadia games broadcast service on almost all Android phones

Google announced on Thursday that it has begun testing its Stadia cloud gaming broadcast service on nearly all Android phones.

Although the spread of the service was facing some restrictions during the past months, the new step from Google allows any phone that can download the application (Estadia) to try it, and this includes all Android phones operating versions 6 and later.

To activate the service, the user must download the (Estadia) application and log in, then open the settings, then click on (Experiments), then activate the option (Play on this device).

It is noteworthy that when Google launched the service (Estadia) last November, it was available for (Pixel) phones from Google only, then in February, it added support for some Samsung, Asus, and Razer phones.