The Spine One: PlayStation Version cellular controller is now accessible for Android


Spine One – PlayStation Version controller, made by Sony and Spine, is now accessible for Android.

Final July, each firms partnered to launch an iOS model of the controller with a lightning port. The concept of a Spine controller is to slip your cellphone into its prolonged grip and play video games.

Each iOS and Android variations of the Spine One – PlayStation Version appear like the Sony-made console’s DualSense controller. This implies customers get to make use of PlayStation glyphs as an alternative of conventional ABXY controls.

Picture Credit: PlayStation

This controller permits you to play a few of the PlayStation titles with the PS Distant Play app. Nonetheless, you can too play some suitable video games like “Name of Responsibility: Cellular,” “Fortnite,” and “Diablo Immortal” from the Play Retailer (or the App Retailer).

Customers can obtain the Spine app for personalized PlayStation expertise and updates. Plus, the app acts like a hub for all suitable video games together with those from streaming companies like Xbox Sport Move, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Amazon Luna.

The Spine app acts like a hub for all controller supported video games Picture Credit: Spine


The Spine One – PlayStation Version is on the market to buy for $99 within the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe, the Center East, Australia, and New Zealand. Sony mentioned that it’ll quickly make the controller accessible to customers in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore as properly.