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Submitted by David Leavitt 880d ago | opinion piece

MOGA controllers bring console quality precision to mobile phones and tablets

Examiner's David Leavitt writes: "From smartphones to tablets, there's a plethora of devices that support mobile gaming, yet despite the recent leaps in processing power there's been one big drawback preventing gamers from fully embracing the experience: Unreliable on-screen controls. Enter MOGA's Pocket Controller and MOGA Pro." (Android, Mobile, MOGA Mobile Gaming Controller)

MultiConsoleGamer  +   881d ago
All these great controllers for Android and not a single decent controller for iOS. For shame.
David Leavitt  +   881d ago
I asked about that. It's because of Apple. The rep for MOGA said that these Bluetooth controllers would work on iOS if Apple allowed them. No word on when that's happening.

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