Google and LG released Stadia app on TVs running webOS 5.0 or higher – Picture and Sound – News

The Google Stadia streaming app is available for LG Smart TVs running WebOS 5.0 or later. This app allows owners of these TVs to use Stadia without external devices.

The app is available for download on supported models directly from the LG Content Store, TV manufacturer reports. TV models with WebOS 5.0 were introduced in 2020. Televisions with WebOS 6.0 are from this year. Higher OS versions are not currently available. For this, LG users needed external devices, such as Google Chromecast, to use the Stadia service.

The Google Stadia app allows users to stream a library of more than two hundred games. Unlike streaming services like Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now, you have to pay per game. For 10 euros per month, a Stadia Pro subscription can be purchased, in which users receive a discount on games and receive a number of games “for free” every month. Also, only users with a Pro subscription can stream in 4k and with 5.1 surround sound. To play games through this service, users need to Certified Control wanted.

in january LG has already announced Google Stadia will be available on its TVs this year. Then the TV manufacturer also promised that GeForce Now streaming service would become available. This promise It became last month I already realized.

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