Valve released an iOS and Android mobile app for the Steam store back in 2012, but since then the app’s user interface hasn’t changed much, so a more substantial update is long overdue. The launcher recently announced that it has ported the app to a completely new framework, and those interested can now participate in the limited beta testing of the new version.
According to the official Valve blog, the app can still be used to browse the store, request Steam Guard codes, and confirm trades, but the new version now features QR code entry, smarter notifications, an improved library, and multi-account support.
Beta testing is conducted on both Android and iPhone, but according to Apple’s rules, only 10,000 people can participate in the latter, and the TestFlight app must also be installed. The the edge colleague He’s already jumped into the beta roundAnd we shared the screenshot below of the most modern and clean Steam app.
Those who will see the novelty with their own eyes are In this Steam group Find the official guide. The release date of the app is not yet known, according to the Steam Community blog That’s all he writesto continue improving features until they are ready to release the updated version to everyone.
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