It hasn't been so long since we could download a new update for Sony's PlayStation 4 console NO 6.50. New update brought a big surprise for most players who want to use remote play via iOS devices. Earlier, Remote play worked on other devices like PC, Macbook or also Sony Xperia cell phones. Newly, remote play supports iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Only one condition is to have a specific application which you can found at App Store supporting remote play. Apple policy prohibits to play via DualShock 4 because the company supports only Mfi controllers. That's why you cannot play with your DualShock 4 controller at your iOS devices. At this moment, there is an overlay with each button like on the PS4 controller. The truth is that some titles will be hard to handle with only two fingers; otherwise, some titles can fit as much as they can, like platformers. Until now, there was an application which you could use for remote play from PlayStation 4 via iOS devices, but it was paid. So, Sony jeopardised plans of the company's concept from day to day with the update the function provided for free.
The important is that Sony, for now, hasn't come with support for Android devices. We will see if we wait to see support for Android systems, but now, we don't have any information about the forthcoming concept (update).
10. 3. 2019 20:06