LiquidSky 2.0 Beta Officially Released on Android

LiquidSky 2.0 Beta Officially Released on Android

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If you want to enjoy gaming on your Android device in a new way, then you might want to check out LiquidSky 2.0 beta. This was just released onto Google Play Store and this app will allow you to play games on your Android device regardless of where the games originated from.

You can play these games, such as those on your Steam library, right on your Android device due to the cloud streaming ability. Read on to learn more about LiquidSky 2.0 and what this could do to transform your gaming experience on Android.

LiquidSky 2.0 Beta Arrives on Google Play

Now you can enjoy all of your favorite games right on your Android device, regardless of where the game ended up coming from. The new app, LiquidSky 2.0 beta, has been released on Google Play Store and allows you to play all kinds of games thanks to the cloud streaming ability. Are you someone who might want to check out Grand Theft Auto 5 on your Android device? Well, now you can do just that and LiquidSky 2.0 is very easy to run on your Android.

Basically, the app, LiquidSky 2.0, allows you to have a virtual computer at your fingertips so that you can play games from your favorite library of games. LiquidSky 2.0 supports GOG, Blizzard, Steam, Humble Bundle, and Origin. You also can play games from the Internet right from the LiquidSky 2.0 beta app. You can play the more powerful games with this app or you can enjoy the old classic 8-bit games. There is also a beta on Windows, so both the LiquidSky 2.0 Android version and the Windows version are now the same in terms of beta releases.

How LiquidSky 2.0 Beta Works

You might be wondering how LiquidSky 2.0 beta really works, and that is definitely a good question. Basically, the app goes into real-time data centers and brings the cloud streaming ability right to your Android device. You can think of it like OnLive, but unlike OnLive which shut down back in 2015, LiquidSky actually works. LiquidSky is completely free if you want to use it, and you can watch the advertisements in order to keep enjoying the free version.

If you would rather not deal with the advertisements to access the free version of this cool game cloud streaming app, you can also purchase the credits or pay the monthly free. You can purchase the credits for $10 each and above or you can pay the $20 per month fee to access the advertisement-free version of the app.

Yes, LiquidSky works just like other streaming services out there, and the company said that in order to have the best gaming experience you need to use Ethernet. You can hook up to Wi-Fi as well, although the connection could be more spotty and lead to issues with streaming the games and playing the games without any lag. You might be thinking that being on Ethernet completely messes up the whole being on your Android device part of this service, and you would be partially right.

You will have the best connection with your Android device outside of Ethernet by using 4G, so as long as your Android device can run in 4G then you will be good to go. If your Android device is not 4G, then you might want to wait until you get a better Android device in order to hook up to LiquidSky 2.0 beta. If you would like to try out the free advertisement version of the app, you can go to Google Play Store right now and see how cool this gaming cloud streaming service really is.