PowerA’s MOGA Bluetooth Android controller is Now Available for AT&T

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  • 07 Nov 2012
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  • Given the versatility of the Android platform, smartphone and tablet users have never had to complain about the number of games available. Hardcore gamers however find it difficult to control the in-game characters just by using the on-screen virtual controls. While Bluetooth controllers are slowly making their way to interested consumers, the options are still limited to a few choices.


    MOGA Bluetooth Android controller is an advanced device for gaming that you can use with your Android tablet or smartphone.  It is designed to be precise and comfortable to use and it features two analog sticks, four face buttons and two shoulder buttons. The device is compatible with Android versions from Gingerbread and above and it uses the Bluetooth standard for connecting.

    The controller works with a companion app that is available on the Play Store. It costs around $50 and is available for purchase on Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Toys “R” Us, Fred Meyer, Gamestop, and via PowerA. Starting today AT&T will also sell the controller and costumers of the network can enjoy a series of MOGA Enhanced Games. Developers are provided access to MOGA Software Development Kit (SDK) for creating content that takes advantage of the controller’s full potential.


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