Steam is Valve’s portal where they sell games, let users come together and communicate and play games together. The mobile app allows users to chat and stay connected with their friends, read the latest news and participate in Steam sales as well, but is gaming all Valve has in store for Steam? Perhaps not. Thanks to the folks at The Verge, the Steam app for Android has been snapped and shows a more extensive genre list, such as Accounting, Audio Production, Education, Photo Editing and other non-game related categories. Could Valve be looking at offering non-game apps of their own, or allowing the Steam mobile app to double as an app store of their own as well? There’s no guarantee that such a thing could be happening, but it is interesting to see that Valve could be considering that. There has not been official word from the company yet.
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