Valve - game developer, publisher, and company behind the huge PC gaming site Steam - introduced Steam Link in 2015 as a means to stream games played on a PC to televisions. Now, the company has announced a Steam Link app headed to iOS and Android, allowing you to play games from Steam library on your preferred mobile device.
In the announcement, Valve stated tha devices will be able to stream through a 5Ghz network connection or Ethernet cable from their PC or Mac, with support for Steam Controller, MFI controllers, and other similiar devices for playing on an iOS and Android device. Along with the Steam Link app, Valve is also releasing a Steam Video app for iOS and Android, allowing users to watch movies and show available and owned in their Steam library on a mobile device.
The Steam Link app is expected to release on May 21st, and the Steam Video later this summer at a currently unspecificed date.