Although it cuts against the app’s actual name, NVIDIA
is now available on all Android
devices whether or not they’re running a Tegra
chip. This, courtesy of TegraZone v.2.9, which is now available in the Google Play Store
With the update, users can track their game collection across any and all of their Android devices, and there’s support for Google Play Game Services as well, which includes achievements for downloading games, submitting reviews and ratings, and more. You can also personalize your TegraZone experience with Google+ login implementation.
One feature sure to make a few users happy is full support for controls for the NVIDIA SHIELD and MadCatz MOJO as well as other Android-based set-top boxes and microconsoles.
Other features include dynamic loading of additional content as you scroll, sharing shortcut icons, the ability to highlight special interest groups of games, and minor bug fixes.