[App-News] New Xbox Live app
At last My Xbox Live has finally been made available for Android. My son will be pleased.It’s still nice to see Microsoft gearing some of its attention to Android users. UPDATED: 13 June 2012 CURRENT VERSION: Varies with device REQUIRES ANDROID: Varies with device SIZE: Varies with device PRICE: Free Take your Xbox LIVE experience [...]
At last My Xbox Live has finally been made available for Android. My son will be pleased.It’s still nice to see Microsoft gearing some of its attention to Android users.
|UPDATED: 13 June 2012
CURRENT VERSION: Varies with device
REQUIRES ANDROID: Varies with device
SIZE: Varies with device
Take your Xbox LIVE experience wherever you go with the My Xbox LIVE app. Track and compare your achievements, connect with your Xbox LIVE friends, and change up your 3D Avatar. Review all the recent great games you and your friends love to play and compare achievements with them. Access Xbox Spotlight feeds, get breaking news from Xbox LIVE, game tips and tricks, gamer spotlight and much more.
This app will allow you to…
• Track and compare your achievements with your LIVE friends
• Change up your 3D avatar
• Message your Xbox LIVE friends
• Edit your LIVE Profile
This app requires an Xbox LIVE account to sign in. Available for most Android 2.2+ smartphones, with WGVA screen resolution or higher.
My Xbox Live for Android is available for free in Google Play, and there are a number of things we like at the app from the get-go. First off, the user interface is just about as friendly and intuitive as on iOS, with minimalistic design, but functionality kept intact.
Secondly, as far as features go, there are a bunch of things you can do with the new Android app. You can check out game trailers and promotional videos, track your Xbox achievements in all the games you love, and compare them with your LIVE friends, change your 3D avatar, edit your profile, as well as interact with friends through messages.
You’ll, of course, need to set up an Xbox Live account to enjoy all of the app’s functionality, but I’m almost positive that, if you’ve crossed paths with any of Microsoft’s game consoles, you’re already familiar with Xbox Live.
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