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Legit console controls for Mobile Console Gaming. But which iOS games are controller compatible? Download our free app to find out
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Gamevice 4m
Hope everyone’s enjoying the holiday weekend! Look what hopped into our basket…
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B E N J A M I N Apr 17
Have you tried the to play on iOS? I bought my son one for his 10th birthday yesterday & I have to say it’s AWESOME! 👍🏻 It’s no different to playing on . Very very good & highly recommend it. 😊
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Gamevice Apr 19
Replying to @TPG64
Check out our blog on streaming!
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Gamevice Apr 19
Replying to @happymeal000200
We are working on it!
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Gamevice Apr 19
Replying to @bsebsa
Contact us at support@gamevice.com and we will go from there!
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Gamevice Apr 19
Replying to @AnthonyClark03
The difference was enough that it is not compatible...we test and certify and were unable to do so for the galaxy s10e. We wish we had a current Gamevice for the galaxy s10e!
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Gamevice Apr 19
Replying to @xXMakiManPRXx
There is a difference in the specs for the Note 9 that is it not compatible with the Gamevice for the Note 8
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @erhiick7
A few different options, depending on which console or PC setup! Check out our article about it here:
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @erhiick7
Streaming! You can use various apps on iOS to stream games from your PC or console to your iPhone or iPad, and use Gamevice to control them!
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @acastic
Yep! Apple changed the MFi controller program to support clickable thumbsticks, and we’re working on updates
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @acastic
Actually, almost every streaming app lets you map L3 and R3 to macros, or use onscreen buttons for the functionality. Up until quite recently, iOS controllers weren’t able to have clickable sticks
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @thirstiesttime
It’s the real game, 100%, no compromise! It’s simply being displayed on a wireless monitor instead of a wired one
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @PatDmyers @ljenkins314
Yep, we’re working on it! Stay tuned…
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Gamevice Apr 18
Replying to @KustmKontrllerz
Shoot us an email, let’s see if we can hook you up! The iPhone controller you did turned out incredible
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Gamevice Apr 18
Why settle when you can play the real thing? Stream Skyrim to your iPhone or iPad from your PC, Xbox One, or PS4 - no compromise!
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Gamevice Apr 17
Replying to @xXMakiManPRXx
That’s up to the PUBG team to add, and we’re really hoping they do! We’ve had more requests for that than pretty much anything else, except maybe Fortnite. Most emulators support controllers, yeah. We are treated as a platform-standard controller, so everything should work
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Gamevice Apr 17
Replying to @xXMakiManPRXx
We’ve seen a lot of people asking too, definitely. It’s something we’re very much looking into, but hardware is complex, and it isn’t really as easy as you’d think to make changes like that. Stay tuned, though - we’re very aware that a lot of people really want this!
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Gamevice Apr 17
Replying to @xXMakiManPRXx
Sorry, the sizing and placement of inputs of the Note 9 is a little bit different, it physically doesn’t fit the Gamevice!
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Gamevice Apr 15
Replying to @fphdev
You’ll want the GV160 for the 10.5 iPad models, the GV161 is for the older 12.9 iPad Pro models. Check out our compatibility page:
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Hassle 1977 - mobile game Apr 14
Yaaa!! Hassle 1977 will support controller 😎
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