Google recently announced its cloud-based game streaming service which will be launched on November 19. However, in the latest report, it has been reported that the Google Stadia app is already appearing on the Google Play Store and users can download the app on supported smartphones.
It’s quite surprising that the app is available ahead of the official launch, and provoked a question whether this was a mistake or done intentionally? However, the app didn’t come with a lot of features, as users can only link their Google account with the app which they will use in future for streaming games. Do note that the app is not available globally and some regions and countries haven’t received the app on Play Store.
Unfortunately, India is also one of those regions. According to the report, the Stadia app for Android comes with a file size of 75.08MB and currently at version 1.45.278447916. After installing the app, users need to specify the Google account which they want to use for Stadia. Users can also use multiple accounts for a single device. Currently, only Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 4 are the only smartphones which support Stadia.
After providing the account to the app users need to enter an invite code to proceed. Invite code will be sent to users who have pre-ordered the Founder’s Edition or Premiere Edition of the Stadia. Users can also enter the invite code which they have received from the Stadia Buddy Pass. The new streaming service will allow users to access games on PC, TV and smartphones.