My Xbox Live App Update For Android, Brings Direct Remote Control For iOSAndorid Apps, iOS Apps — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 14, 2012 at 10:52 am
It seems that after more market research, Microsoft has found that sometimes Xbox users also carry phones that work on competitor platforms. In spite of snarky comments, finally Microsoft has introduced the My Xbox LIVE application for Android, and has carried the iPhone form to something approaching parity with Windows Phone application.
For the users of iOS the 1.5 update allows you to link with console, finding new Xbox content right through your iDevice. Once you will find something you would prefer to watch that you can use your device like a remote control for usual pause, play, rewind and fast forward controls that you will anticipate to utilize it to navigate content. This update has also carried advanced authentication, and high-resolution imagery for new users of iPad.
For all the Android gamers, you will not get the complete remote control, which iOS just got, however still you will get to create your avatar, track accomplishments, do moderation in your LIVE profile, and talk to your LIVE friends and when you might be lacking the search and console control features observed on competing platforms, the application is responsive and very much well made and mostly belying a commitment level, which will see it catch up with rest of the apps in the coming future.
This must go without saying, however all forms of the app need you to have an Xbox LIVE account already in queue to sign in. Check out the related store links.