Samsung PlayGalaxy Link app updated with Android 10 support
Each day brings us closer to the release of the stable Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. Samsung is currently running One UI 2.0 beta programs for the two flagships in some countries, and the company is also updating some of its apps with Android 10 support in the meantime. Today, Samsung has updated the PlayGalaxy Link app, its game streaming app that gained support for the Galaxy S10 lineup with another update earlier this month, with Android 10 support.
For those who haven’t heard, the PlayGalaxy Link app allows Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 owners to stream games from their Windows 10 PC to their phone. It’s similar to apps like Steam Link, which let you play games from your Steam library on your Android smartphone, only PlayGalaxy Link can also stream games over mobile data and doesn’t require the phone and the PC to be on the same Wi-Fi network. PlayGalaxy Link has not been officially launched in all countries, but those interested in trying out its game streaming capabilities can use the Parsec app instead, which provides the backbone for PlayGalaxy Link.
You will have to download the latest PlayGalaxy Link app from the Galaxy Store on your phone to run it on Android 10 and also possibly update the PlayGalaxy Link app on Windows. You should get a notification asking you to update the next time you open the app on both your phone and PC.