AMD Link now supports Android TV and Apple TV

Without any announcement, AMD has updated its AMD Link software to support Android TV and Apple TV. Result: it is now possible to stream PC games on Android and Apple TV. 

Owners of AMD graphics card can now update their AMD Link software and download the tvOS or Android TV version of the app, to stream their games on TV.

Read also: Microsoft could use AMD and ARM chips on future Surface

Broadcast your games on TV

Until now, Link allowed to stream games on a smartphone, a tablet or a compatible virtual reality headset. But a recent discreet update of the application now allows to expand the broadcast to living room via Android TV and Apple TV.

The app listing states there are three main sections when used from a TV:

• Connect section: connect to your PC quickly and easily to get AMD Link for your Smart TV started
• Gaming section: Launch your PC games and stream them to your Smart TV, or view recent media
• Media section: playback gameplay moments saved on your PC

Features slightly less developed than smartphone or tablet. AMD Link makes it possible to “monitor” the performance of its AMD graphics card from phone.

Izaan Zubair
Izaan Zubair
Izaan is founder of TechLapse. Izaan developed interest in computers from young age and most of his skills and knowledge are self taught. He can be reached at: [email protected]

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