Google launched its game streaming service last year, in November. But at the launch, it had some limitations like its Stadia controller could be used wirelessly with Android devices. Previously, gamers need to connect their Controller with Android devices via USB-C cable.
Now Google has fixed it by a new update. Gamers can now use the controller wirelessly with Android devices as soon as they are on the same wi-fi network. Users will also be required to have the latest edition of the controller to pair both devices.
In May, Google rolled out a new update that will let users connect their laptop or desktop with the controller wirelessly. Users just need to connect their controller and Stadia.com through their wi-fi network.