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System Software Update 7.00 Brings PS4 Remote Play To All Android Devices

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PS4’s remote play has been a feature asked by many of the android device users. Now, Sony Interactive Entertainment has confirmed that with PS4 System Software Update 7.00, PS4 Remote play will become available for all Andriod Devie users.

According to Sony, to be able to use PS4 Remote Play, users need to have an Android device with at least Android 5.0 or higher. Download the PS4 Remote Play App from the store and enjoy gaming on your mobile device.

Aside from bringing the PS4 Remote Play to Android, Sony noted that “for iPhone or iPad users, the Remote Play App has been updated so you can now display the controller at all times and lock the screen orientation.”

Also, players will be able to use their DualShock 4 wireless controllers via Bluetooth for Remote Play on an Android, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. All you need to do is update to Android 10, iOS 13, iPadOS 13, or macOS Catalina (releasing in October) to use this feature.

The PS4 System Software Update 7.00 will also bring a rebuild Party Feature which includes the following services.

  • Maximum number of Party users increased from 8 to 16
  • Network connectivity improved
  • Audio quality improved
  • Accessibility support with Chat Transcription has been added (US Only)

Sony has improved network connectivity and audio quality. Not only that, a new Chat Transcription feature is added to the Party App.

Party App will also offer a new Chat Transcription feature for US users via the PS4 Second Screen App on your smartphone or other mobile devices. The new feature supports US English and converts party voice chat to text, or enables you to enter text that is read aloud to other party members.

Speaking of PlayStation, PS4 is at the end of its life cycle. Sony is preparing PlayStation 5 for 2020 release. However, it seems like the next-gen PlayStation will come with an AI assistant to provide gameplay guidance.

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