Hot on the heels of the Dashboard update for the Xbox 360, Microsoft’s SmartGlass integration is now a reality for Android 4.0 users. The companion app branches out from the earlier My Xbox Live app for Android and allows direct control of some console features from Google-powered gear. While Windows Phone users will find the tightest integration of all, the Android port still lets users steer through the Dashboard, input text, browse the web (with zooming), search for local content, and control media playback. Read the full story at Engadget.
Xbox SmartGlass now available in Google Play, brings console integration to Android
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