Valve releases Steam Link app for macOS – The Verge1 min read

Valve is releasing a devoted Steam Link app for macOS this week. The app allows Steam users to stream video games from a PC to devices with the Steam Link app installed. While the Steam macOS app has actually offered streaming currently, MacRumors explains that this lightweight Steam Link app is simply 30MB in size from the Mac App Store compared to the complete Steam app, which needs 1GB of storage area.
Steam Link will be helpful on Macs, particularly as its rare to see huge AAA video games launching on macOS. Mac users usually have to dual boot Windows, usage virtualization apps, or Steam video games from a PC to get access to most of the most recent titles.
Steam Link launching on macOS follows a Linux variation of the app previously this month, and it now implies Steam Link is available on macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi. All you require to do is download the Steam Link app, pair your gadget with a compatible controller, and connect to a PC over your regional network to stream PC games.
Valve also presented a huge update to its Remote Play Together feature previously this month, enabling Steam users to stream regional multiplayer video games with buddies over the internet.

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