Steam Link arrives in less than a fortnight (21 May, since you ask) and will allow you to play your Steam library via a host device. The Steam Link app will feature Steam Controller support, MFI controller support and more across both platforms.
The bigger of the two apps, Steam Link, would allow users to stream games from their PC or Mac to devices ranging from phones and tablets to Apple TVs.
In related news, Valve also announced the Steam Video app for Android and iOS. Both apps will be free downloads for each device, making me question what Valve has planned for the Steam Link. Steam Link has been offered by Valve for some time now and works with Steam set-top boxes and Samsung smart TVs.
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Later this summer Valve plans to launch its Steam Video app.
Valve's in-home streaming tech will soon be available for Android devices in the form of the Steam Link app. If you are in your living room or in a room that doesn't have a PC, then you can play on your portable device whenever you want.
Later, the Steam Video app will allow users of the company's fledgling rental service to stream movies and shows from their desktop or laptop systems to their mobile devices as well. Due to customer feedback, the app will offer the ability to view content in offline and streaming modes.
More so when you consider the likes of Activision looking to break out from the Steam ecosystem and make its games exclusive to Battle.net like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.