Microsoft and Google are ostensibly competitors, but Redmond seems to be setting aside its mobile aspirations in the name of supporting its new game console… and considering all the money in gaming, it’s easy to understand why. So in addition to both Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of the official SmartGlass app, there’s now a separate beta build of the Xbox One app.
The beta version was introduced to help test a series of incoming features, which are outlined in this post on Microsoft’s official Xbox portal.
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