Stadia is Google’s gaming platform that lets you instantly play your favorite
video games on compatible devices. You can’t play games on an iOS device, but
you can use this app to set up and manage Stadia on other devices. Access to
Stadia is free — you only pay for the games. Play ga...
Amazing product.... just one thing...
I LOVE stadia, I could go on for hours playing destiny 2 on here. I also want to say that everybody says that Stadia is laggy, but I have not experienced this. And it’s not like I’m playing on the best computer ever, I am using an old 2013 iMac. But I must admit, I expect that because I have a 300 mbps WiFi connection 😂. Oh right, the ‘one thing’. Ok, my only complaint is that they have a very limited collection of games. But I know they will expand tremendously, so that is a plus. To end it off, I want to say that I would recommend this product to anyone who wants a cheap alternative to a ps4 or xbox. Thanks for reading! 😊
This is just the beginning. Why do any processing at home on expensive hardware if you don’t have to? I believe that in the not too distant future, personal computers with high processing capabilities will be totally unnecessary and everyone will just have viewing devices for streaming type services like Stadia. Looking forward to more games and absolutely floored by the technology and how far we’ve come since my first 8 bit games.
Awesome and very unique. 5/5
I’ve been playing games with Stadia since the Christmas Season and I have been highly impressed with the service. Overall, cutting out downloads and consoles is a unique turn for gaming, but Stadia isn’t the only ones doing this. xCloud is also, but I believe Stadia’s version of no downloads is a bit more polished. I just wish that Google would allow gaming on iPhone screens. Eventually.
Google Stadia and it’s 15 day return policy
Googles 15 day return policy on stadia is a joke just like their customer service. I pre ordered it for a Christmas present. But by the time Christmas rolled around the 15 day return period was over. I guess google thinks they’re selling a gallon of milk or loaf of bread. When I contacted customer service they just keep say we wish could assist you but is been 15 days. No you obviously don’t want anyone return this garbage product. The monthly subscribe is too expensive for having absolutely no title available to play. This is definitely an inferior product and google knows it with they’re strict 15 day return policy.
Lots of potential..
Have a good net connection? Have a 4K TV? I am coming from a PS4/XBONE S setup and am very impressed with the initial results. Load times are faster than my current consoles and I’ve had little to no buffer or latency issues. Destiny 2 looks much better than my PS4 and I look forward to the library of games getting bigger. Stadia also works great in a Chrome tab on my old 2012 MacBook Pro where I can either go the mouse/kb route or use a PS4/XBX controller!
Product works as advertised
Unfortunately they’ve not released any information on whether or not they intend to include Apple products into their compatible devices circle. It works fine on tv and pc, even my laptop, but I’d really love to be able to use it on my phone. I could see myself giving up on consoles if this ever comes to iPhone. GOOGLE, get on that!
Service works but not as advertised
The service works, but games are not rendered at 4K 60, especially the free launch title, Destiny 2. Destiny 2nfor example is rendered at a medium pc setting and 1080P. That’s a massive letdown and I question why anyone would pay for this service moving forward when you can buy a cheap Xbox One S instead and play the same game at higher quality. The App Store is also lacking games and support is almost non existent. When support does communicate, they end up confusing the community. I really don’t understand how Google botched something this bad. I’d stay far away from Stadia.
The start of an inevitable future of gaming! 😎😍
Please work to get Stadia available for us to play games on iOS devices ASAP; and also consider allowing us to pair an MFi controller or include mobile on-screen Touch controls with adopted games? Certainly, touch-controls input can be considered this early into launch for the SDK, before willing developers work to port their future games into Vulcan? 🤞🏼❤️
Not where it needs to be
Where do I begin? Stadia is missing Day 1 features for a gaming platform, such as voice chat. The value prop is not there, as despite my robust Gigabit hardware connection to the included Chromecast latency is too high and image quality is regularly not as promised. Game library is sparse. I will not continue my sub once the initial three months runs out. I’ll continue to see what’s going on with the platform, but am not seeing product/market fit here and now expect Google to largely ignore the platform for several years until it’s unceremoniously killed.
The app is still missing some features but they’ll come eventually. Overall the app layout is simple and intuitive. I haven’t had any issues yet. I like that you can press play on the app and it launches the games on chromcast. Can’t wait to be able to play on my iPhone and iPad!
This is the future
The stadia app is simple and easy to use. The store could be improved with more details and videos. Screen shots need a share option. But other than that the app works flawlessly in its position as part of the stadia experience. Very easy to launch games and buy games etc
This app is literally useless. There are no downloads for stadia to preemptively start, and you can’t even play the games on iPhone. Worse than that, you can’t even pair a Bluetooth controller. Until iPhone can stream games, this app has no reason to exist other than to trick people into buying a subscription, thinking they will be able to play on their iPhone. I’m glad I did the research before buying, but many people won’t. Other than the ten people with a pixel phone, mobile gaming is still a far away mainstream concept.
Needs a lot of work. Should be Beta
This has potential but right now google should label this a beta. More than half the features google is advertising are missing or don’t work. There hasn’t been a new game added in ages... Cant even play games on an iPhone. The 4K is definitely not 4K. Maybe in a couple years (if google doesn’t loose interest and kill it) this will be worth using... but right now it’s just a mess. And I won’t lie, I feel bamboozled for buying into it.
Good, needs time to be great
Right now, stadia is part of an undeniable inevitable future in the aspect of gaming. While there are adjustments that require fixing, Stadia performs well, and has an amazing start-up time. However, there are only 22 games on Stadia, with 4 games included with Stadia Pro. Stadia needs some work, and over the next year is when I expect it to explode in popularity.
Controller will not link to chromecast (tv)
I’m on the same WiFi network on my iPhone, stadia controller and google home app. I swear you have to jump through hoops with just to get the controller and chromecast updated but that’s besides the point. I bought this to play games! I cannot even get the thing to pair with my tv... I mean I got close but the furthest I’ve gotten was having the stadia logo on my television and then right after having the controller lose connection.. it’s day one of arrival and I already want this thing sent back.
Yes. Google Stadia is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 1,897 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.3/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Google Stadia Is 23.5/100.
Yes. Google Stadia is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 1,897 Google Stadia User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Google Stadia Is 23.5/100.
Google Stadia works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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