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Ahead of November 19 launch Google Stadia App is available on Android Play Store

The service is yet to start but one can download it for free

Google had announced last month that users can download and use the Google Stadia app, and play games on it from November 19. However, 10 days before the official introduction users have been enabled to download the app on their smartphones and tablets via the Android Play Store. For the unknown, Google Stadia is a game service that uses the cloud platform for users to play various graphic hungry games on many devices that do not have high-end resources.

Days ahead of the service being officially available users are able to download and capture the essence of the Google Stadia app on mobile. You will not be able to play any games as of now, but soon this might open up for the Indian audiences too. When you get into the app, users are greeted by the Destiny 2 game screen, which is one of the initial games to hit Google Stadia at the time of launch. When you get into the app, do make sure you put in all the details correctly, which will be locked to your profile. One also needs to put in the invite codes to go ahead further into the platform, which is in the dormant stage at the moment and one would need to wait for another 10 days.

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Google will be sending these invite codes to people who have pre-registered. So yes, even those need to wait for more than a week to get the first-hand experience of Google Stadia. Google Stadia app is not available on Chrome laptops at the moment, which is also powered by the Play Store. It is expected that the Stadia app will come to them on or after November 19.

The Google Stadia app will be available on both Android and iOS operating systems and gamers can enjoy high-end PC and Consoles games on it. The service will hit the following countries at the time of launch on November 19: USA, Ireland, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Belgium. India is not on the first list, probably because of the low high-speed internet penetration.

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