Steam Link Anywhere is currently in its early beta phase on the discontinued Steam Link hardware or through the Steam Link app. After installation, the app makes your game library available to you essentially everywhere. This means that you can stream your favorite games from your main computer to another computer, an Android device, or an Android TV set-top box. (Apple is still blocking the Steam app, so you can not play games on iOS or Apple TV right now.) Previously, the app only worked at home on computers connected to the same network. [1
9659002] The only requirement for Steam Link Anywhere is the good upload speed from your host computer and a strong network connection for the device you are working on. 19659002] Steam Link Anywhere, available in the Steam Link App Beta 688, is nearing GDC 2019, where a number of competitors will demonstrate similar technology. Google has released an important March 19 announcement for gaming, which is likely to be a cloud-based game streaming service using the company's Project Stream technology. Microsoft has also been working on its own platform for streaming games called Project xCloud, and has recently shown a demonstration of the technology in action. If the market rush of three key players is an indication, we should soon have several options for a "Netflix of Gaming" service.