Published: Fri, March 08, 2019
Tech | By Constance Martin

PS4 System Software 6.50 Adds Remote Play on iOS

PS4 System Software 6.50 Adds Remote Play on iOS

From there, all you need to do is to pair your iOS device, be it iPhone or iPad, to your PS4 and you're good to go.

On your iOS device, simply download the PS4 Remote Play app from the App Store. The iOS device you're using needs to be running iOS 12.1 or later, and Sony says that the iPhone 7, 6th-gen iPad, 2nd-gen iPad Pro or later are recommended. With this setting, players can tell their PlayStation 4 to recognize "O" as "X" and vice-versa. You can then navigate your PS4 and play games just as you would with a traditional controller.

The PS4 Remote Play app will connect with your PS4 for your on your iOS device. Do note that not all PS4 games are going to be compatible with Remote Play.

Remote Play - which lets players use a mobile device to control their PS4 console - has been a long time coming for iOS users. You can not pair or play via a mobile network.

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Sony's finally brought its PS4 Remote Play app to iOS, so you can play your library of games for the console on your iPhone or iPad on a shared Wi-Fi network, at no extra charge.

Remote Play was once exclusive to Sony's own device, so you couldn't enjoy it unless you owned an Xperia smartphone or a PlayStation Vita.

The latest system software update (version 6.50) for the PlayStation 4 is available now.

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