PhoneJoy Gives a Game Console Fell to Any Android Device

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  • 04 Dec 2012
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  • The advanced mobile platforms have become the choice of many when it comes to both casual and hard-core gaming. Due to its versatility, Android is the top preference when it comes to gaming, due to the fact that the choice of titles can go as far as old console games.


    One other advantage of the Google platform is the ability to add controllers, connected either Micro USB or Bluetooth. The latter is the most common choice and there are even a few apps on the Store that will let you assign buttons. As for choices for controllers, PhoneJoy Play is one of the latest additions and it features one unique design. The accessory is wirelessly controlled and connected to the Android device.


    Due to an intelligent sliding mechanism, the gamepad can transform into an even more comfortable way to control your favorite titles. You can place any smartphone in the middle part and it even works with phablets the size of the Galaxy Note II. The manufacturer has even released an SDK toolkit for developers to take full advantage of the controller’s capabilities. Through Kickstarter funding the PhoneJoy Play may go for as low as $50.


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