Xbox Remote Play Now Available On Android Devices

Xbox Remote Play Now Available On Android Devices

Are you looking to stream your Xbox games on your mobile device? If you are, then you’ll be very happy to learn that Microsoft has finally made its remote play app available to all Android users. Prior to that, the app was only available to Insiders, but now it seems that the company is rolling it out to everyone.

However, we should point out that this app should not be mistaken for Microsoft’s xCloud game streaming service. Instead, this is more like Steam Link or Sony’s Remote Play where your games are hosted and processed on your Xbox console, but it is then streamed to your mobile device. This means that you only get to play games that you actually own.

Microsoft's Project Xcloud For Android Is Now Available In Beta

Microsoft's Project xCloud For Android Is Now Available In Beta

Microsoft is set to release Project xCloud on Android devices next month, but the good news is that if you can’t wait to try it out, you’ll be very pleased to learn that Microsoft has actually released the beta version of the service today where if you’re interested, you’ll actually be able to take it for a spin ahead of the public launch.

It should be noted that since this is a beta, Microsoft does warn that there could be some quirks with the service, but for the most part it should still be largely playable. Also, instead of offering over 100 titles, the beta will only give gamers access to about 30 of the launch times, but that should still be more than enough to tide you over until the service goes live for everyone.

Cuphead Is Now Available For The Ps4

Cuphead Is Now Available For The PS4

Yesterday it was reported that Studio MDHR’s indie hit Cuphead could be headed for the PS4. This was due to the fact that the game was spotted on the PSN Store, hinting at its arrival. The good news for those who have been looking forward to the game is that it looks like Cuphead is officially here and is already available for purchase.

The game is priced at $20 and gamers who are interested can head on over to the PlayStation Store to get their hands on it. That being said, the developers have also announced that as a thank you to Microsoft for helping them with the game, they have also announced a free special update exclusive to Xbox gamers.

Multilingual Hotlines Available In Gifu, Nagano

Multilingual hotlines available in Gifu, Nagano

Authorities in rain-hit Nagano and Gifu prefectures are offering multilingual consultation services for foreigners visiting or living in Japan.

In Nagano Prefecture, the Nagano Prefecture Intercultural Consultation Center is offering telephone consultations free of charge in 15 languages.

Multilingual Hotlines Available In Rain-hit Kyushu

Multilingual hotlines available in rain-hit Kyushu

Authorities in the southwestern Japanese region of Kyushu, which has had record rainfall, are offering multilingual consultation services for foreigners visiting or living in Japan.

In Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka Multilingual Assistance and Information Center is offering telephone consultations in 18 languages: English, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Nepalese, Indonesian, Tagalog, Thai, Malay, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Myanmar, Khmer, and Mongolian.

Adobe's Photoshop Camera Is Now Available For Free On Ios And Android

Adobe's Photoshop Camera Is Now Available For Free On iOS And Android

Back in November last year, Adobe announced that they were developing a new app called Photoshop Camera. For those who might have missed the announcement, basically this is a camera app that comes with a variety of lenses and filters that allows users to take all kinds of funky and interesting photos.

The app, following the announcement, was made available as a public preview. However, for those who missed out on the preview, the good news is that Adobe has since released the app in full where users on both iOS and Android will be able to download it. The best part is that it is also free.

Android 11 Beta Is Now Available For Download

Android 11 Beta Is Now Available For Download

This year, Google is expected to release a new major Android update. Given that last year saw Android 10 released, this means that this year will be Android 11. For those who are curious as to what the update could be bringing to the table, you will be pleased to learn that Google has since announced that the Android 11 beta is now available for download.

This means that if you want to take the update for a spin to see what kind of changes and improvements Google has made, you’ll be able to do so. However, for now it should be noted that the beta is only available for Google Pixel 2 devices or newer, so if you own the original Pixel, you won’t be able to get in on the beta action.

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross Unveiled With Available Hybrid Drivetrain

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross unveiled with available hybrid drivetrain

Toyota waited over a month to introduce the pint-sized crossover it planned to unveil at the 2020 edition of the Geneva Motor Show. Called Yaris Cross, the smallest and most affordable member of the company's growing range of high-riding models was primarily developed with the needs of European motorists in mind.

Built on the same basic platform as the newest Yaris, the Cross stretches 164.5 inches long, 69.4 inches wide, and 61.4 inches tall, dimensions that make it approximately seven inches shorter, an inch narrower, and about as high as the C-HR. It's less spacecraft-like thanks in part to a tall, upright front fascia, squared-off wheel arches covered by plastic trim, and a relatively high amount of ground clearance. The fully-loaded model defies its entry-level label with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED lighting on both ends, and two-tone paint.

Ad-supported Free Amazon Music Now Available For Ios, Android Devices

Ad-Supported Free Amazon Music Now Available For iOS, Android Devices

There are many music streaming services available today, and as such, customers might be torn trying to decide which to signup for. If you’re still unsure about whether or not music streaming is right for you, then you might want to check out Amazon Music because Amazon has made it free and available for iOS and Android devices.

For those unfamiliar, Amazon Music is a free and ad-supported music streaming services that was launched earlier this year for Amazon’s Echo speakers and Alexa devices. However, it seems that Amazon has since made it more widely-available for non-Amazon speakers and devices.