Over the past few years, we’ve started to see a rise in the number of game streaming services out there. There is Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate which provides gamers with access to streaming, then there is NVIDIA GeForce Now, and then there’s Amazon Luna, just to name a few.
If you’re looking for an alternative to those platforms, then you might be excited and interested to learn that Utomik has announced that its cloud gaming service is now available on Android devices.
There will be over 200 games to choose from and for those who are keen on trying the service out, the company has announced that for this coming weekend, the service will be free to use so users will be able try it out without having to pay a single cent. The best part is that if you join the trial and decide to sign up for the service, you can enjoy a 50% discount on the subscription for as long as you remain subscribed.
The service will be priced at $9 for a personal plan, or $13 for a family plan for up to four users. The service will also be available on the PC where there are over 1,400 games to choose from. Not all will be supported on mobile, but it is expected that more compatibility will be added over time.
Utomik is also available on Samsung and LG’s smart TVs, but if you did not own either of those, then the expansion to Android is good news. If you’re interested in trying out the service, you can head on over to the company’s website and sign up for the free trial when it kicks off this weekend.