Microsoft just released a new version of the Xbox One Smartglass beta on Android devices.
Microsoft released today a new beta version of the Xbox One Smartglass Android app. The new update, numbered 2.4.1409.08100, can be downloaded here.
Together with the new September preview update for the Xbox One, Microsoft just released update 2.4.1408.22100 of the Xbox One Smartglass Beta for Android.
If you like to lord over your Xbox One with the SmartGlass app, Microsoft has made a new version of the beta available for download on the Google Play store.
Microsoft just announced that it's now rolling out the June Software update for all Xbox One users, bringing in quite a few features and primarily the implementation of external storage:
The PlayStation App wasn't the only one to get an update today, as Microsoft just rolled out a new version of the Xbox One Smartglass beta for Android, numbered 2.2.823.90.
The latest version of the beta of the Xbox One SmartGlass app hides an interesting detail in the form of the option to purchase a game directly from the app, as showcased in the picture below.
In a new video, Larry Hryb (aka Xbox LIVE’s Major Nelson), walks players through the SmartGlass feature for Andriod, iOS and Windows 8 PCs using Ryse: Son of Rome.
Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb was interviewed on a variety of topics by Forbes, and he talked about the Smartglass interaction between Xbox One and mobile devices, explaining that gamers simply don't care for playing on the
Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be re-released later this year in the form of a Director's Cut, which will add Wii U gamepad, PS Vita, and SmartGlass support, amongst a host of other changes including, "overhauled boss
Last week at New York City Comic Con we had the opportunity to catch up with industry veteran (and visionary) Warren Spector, who was on hand to discuss his role as creative director for Epic Mickey 2: