The first look at Android 12’s native Game Mode has been revealed. Everyone is talking about Android 12 after its spectacular launch.
We covered Android 12 leaks before the official announcement. Everyone was both impressed and surprised by the release of Android 12. Its fluid design appeals to my eyes.
Android 12 improved user security in a manner similar to iOS.
The Android 12 Beta version has been released, and we’ve received a lot of positive feedback from beta testers. Everyone praised Android for its brand-new user interface.
The new control center, as well as the notification drawer, are both appealing.
What is Game Mode on Android?
The Game Mode API and Game Mode interventions enable you to optimize gameplay by prioritizing attributes such as performance or battery life based on user settings or game-specific configurations
The Game Mode API and interventions are available on select devices beginning with Android 12.
Android 12 native Game Mode is unveiled
Android 12 has also catered to mobile gamers. The beta version includes Android 12 native Game Mode, which will improve a mobile gamer’s overall gaming experience.
Following the release of console-quality games for Android smartphones, we have seen a surge in mobile gaming. Custom Android skins such as MIUI and Realme UI include Game Modes by default on their phones.
The native Game mode in Android 12 is available in the beta version and will be included in future stable releases.
To enable Android 12’s native Game Mode, go to Settings > Do Not Disturb. Now, select the Do Not Disturb plan to access the Android 12 native Game Mode.
Android 12 native Game Mode Features:
When you launch Android 12’s native Game mode, you’ll notice the following features:
- Do Not Disturb mode
- Frame rate in frames per second
- Screen captures and recordings
- Optimization of the Game
- Streaming of Video Games
The native Game mode in Android 12 allows you to stream your game directly to YouTube using the Google account you’ve linked.
To stream gameplay to the YouTube channel, simply select the “YouTube Live” option. Furthermore, the internal recording will allow gamers to stream in-game audio without the need for an external device.
Android already had an inter audio recording feature. According to beta testers, Android 12 improved audio quality, making it more suitable for game recording and streaming.