Valve officially released the Steam Mobile app recently and today v3.0 is also available for the Android and iOS versions of the app.
We’ve completely revamped the Steam Mobile app – with a new framework, new design, and new features. You’ll still be able to browse the store, get Steam Guard codes, and confirm trades – with additions like QR code scanning for PC sign in, smarter notifications, a new Library view with remote downloads, and customizable tabs.
After the massive success on all formats, Steam officially stated that the company now testing the Steam mobile app. The application is rebuilt with a new framework and is more modern in design.
As per the report, Steam Mobile App provides browsing the store, obtaining Steam token verification codes, and confirming transactions, while adding QR code scanning to log in, smarter notifications, a better library, and multi-account support.
According to the latest report, we are able to give you this news because The Verge tried this app and shared the screenshots. The app now has a navigation bar at the bottom of the screen to navigate to the store, news feed, and Steam Guard section.
The image shared by The Verge claims that it supports scanning the QR code in the Steam Guard section to log in to your Steam account. Valve is currently testing the app on iOS and Android, and it’s unclear when the official version will be available.
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