If you’re an Xbox gamer, it appears that during Gamescom 2018, Microsoft announced that the Xbox Game Pass will be getting an app of its own and will be launching on both iOS and Android. This app will allow Xbox gamers to browse the Game Pass library so that they can check out all the latest releases while on the go.

The best part is that the app will even allow users to queue up games for download, which will be applicable on the Xbox One, Xbox One S, and the Xbox One X, as long as gamers have a subscription to Game Pass. The app will also allow gamers to manage their subscriptions amongst other features.

For those unfamiliar, the Xbox Game Pass can be seen as the Netflix of Xbox games, where gamers can pay a recurring monthly subscription in which they will be able to access a bunch of different games, even those from the Xbox 360, in which they can then play it on their Xbox One consoles.

Unfortunately for now the app appears to be in beta, which means that it isn’t quite ready for prime time yet. However gamers who are interested can take the app’s beta for a spin via the Google Play Store, or if you’re an iOS user, you can sign up here to try and get yourself into the beta for the app. There is no word on when the app will be officially available, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more details.

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