Company said Amazon Tuesday: Its Luna cloud gaming service becomes available for Google’s Android mobile devices.
Similar to the iOS version of Apple, the Android version does not need a separate Luna app, as it is possible – instead – to access the service through the Chrome web browser.
Amazon announced that Luna would be available for early access last October, when it was only available for personal computers, Apple’s Mac computers, Fire TV, iPhone smartphones, and iPad tablets through web applications. .
The service works through a channel-based model, whereby the user can pay a monthly fee for each game channel he wishes to access.
There are now two channels, the first called Luna Plus, which is affiliated with Amazon for a monthly fee of $ 5.99, and allows users to access games from many different publishers. The other channel, Ubisoft’s Ubisoft Plus, is available for a higher fee of $ 14.99, but it offers all the company’s games. By subscribing to this service, users can access the Ubisoft Plus service for personal computers, and the cloud gaming service (Stadia) from Google.
It is reported that the Luna service is now available to users in the United States only, and for those who do not yet have the ability to early access to the service, they can request it from Here.
Currently, the Android version of the Luna service works on some Pixel phones from Google, some Samsung phones, and some OnePlus phones, but Amazon says: It will add support for more Android phones during the early access phase of the service.
It should be noted that the service only supports Android phones running version 9 and later, and uses version 86 and later of the Chrome browser. And users can play games with Luna Service Control ArmIn addition to the controllers for the PlayStation 4 from Sony, and Xbox One from Microsoft.