Today, Microsoft launched the beta of its revamped Xbox app on Android devices, and it brings plenty of ways to stay connected.

Today, Microsoft launched the beta version of its renewed Xbox app on Android devices.

This new version of the app includes notifications for your Xbox Live instant messages, parties, new friends and followers, and more. This will sync across the Xbox Live ecosystem.

It includes party and voice chat that you can use while on the go with your friends on Xbox.

The app also integrates with the share feature, letting you know when the clips you capture are uploaded and ready to share, and you can even download them directly to your smartphone.

You can then share them on social networks like Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat, etc., or with your friends via Xbox Live.

By connecting the app to a new Xbox Series X or Series S, you can configure them while they update, and you can also remotely install and remove games on the console’s drive. Of course, it can also be used as a remote control.

Xbox Remote Play allows you to stream the games on your console directly to the smartphone, while the search function has been unified allowing you to search for games or other players.

Additionally, connecting to Xbox Live has been changed starting today, allowing you to connect to as many Xbox consoles and Xbox apps as you want at the same time, even if you can’t play games. games only on one at a time.

The new beta version is available on Google Play. If you were already using the beta before, it’s the same download.

It’s worth remembering that the Xbox Series X is priced at $499, while the Series S is priced at $299. They will both be released on November 10, and pre-orders will begin tomorrow.


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