PS4 adds Android mobile device Remote Play, supports Dual Shock controller
The PlayStation 4 has opened an iOS device for Remote Play remote gaming. Users can connect to the PS4 in the player stream using the iPad or iPhone screen via Wi-Fi connection. Sony announced on October 8 that it launched the 7.00 system for the PS4 and added support for Android phones.
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Sony revealed on the PlayStation blog that Remote Play will support smartphones or tablets running Android version 5.0 or above, and only need to download the “Remote Play” app on Google Play to connect to the home PS4 console via Wi-Fi. Remote Play will let your phone/slate display streaming PS4 game screens, and users can use the screen virtual controller or external controller to play.
Another update is that users can use the DualShock 4 controller to connect Android, iPad, iPhone, and Mac computers via Bluetooth. Users need to update the system to Android 10, iPad, iOS 13, macOS Catalina (currently only available in beta, officially The version was launched this month). The PlayStation recommends that users connect the PS4 to a home router using a LAN cable.