Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service gets Android Support

Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service gets Android Support

Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service can now be accessed by Android users, announced the e-commerce giant on Tuesday. Just like its iOS version, there isn’t any separate Luna application for download. Instead, you will have to access the gaming service via Google Chrome browser.

Amazon had launched Luna early access back in October, wherein it was initially available only on PC, Fire Tv, Mac, iPad and iPhone through web applications. The cloud gaming service works through one channel-based model, wherein you have to pay the fee for one month to access each channel of the games that you wish to access.

Presently, only two channels are available. The Luna Plus channel, which costs $5.99 a month, comprises of games from several distinct publishers and the $14.99 a month Ubisoft Plus channel which offers Ubisoft games. 

Right now, Luna is available for access in the US only. 

Luna’s latest Android version functions on a few Samsung, OnePlus and Pixel devices for now. However, Amazon says that the service will soon support more Android gadgets during the early access time frame. Besides, you will need an Android 9 or a higher software version and Chrome v86 or latest one if you wish to use Luna.