Gradually Google is improving Stadia, and most as of late this spins around tweaking the web UI for Stadia to expel a couple of minor errors found by few users.
Not everyone has had an issue with Stadia web UI has looked but a few users have been griping about specific parts of the design.
For instance, the little box that pops up and says there’s a headset connected. Regardless of whether there isn’t. Preceding the changes that Google made for the current week, that box would conceal the links to the “store” and “home” pages.
The Stadia web UI no longer covers those links
The more noticeable change is that the store and home links are removed long back from the UI.
Google has somewhat moved things. With the goal that the store links and the home links are in a bar that sits along with top of the page. Then the “headset connected” now pops just underneath this bar. So the links are still seen and accessible.
As indicated by users on the Stadia subreddit this was a truly quick turnaround. Which recommends players are content with how quickly Google watched and got to fixing the errors.
That additionally looks good for Stadia clients going ahead. Since it could imply that Google will do this all the more regularly. Furthermore, begin to fix some other potential issues similarly as quickly or possibly near as quickly.
You can likewise now click the play button with the controller
In addition to moving the store and play links up a smidgen so they weren’t obscured, Google additionally now fixed the play button on chosen games.
This doesn’t appear to have been an issue on Chromecast Ultra or when playing on phones. Yet, when playing Stadia games on the web, click the play button with the controller was not available before. In view of this users needed to wind up clicking the button with a mouse, or a trackpad if they were playing using a laptop.
That isn’t the situation any more however. Presently when playing games on the web you can scroll through your list of games with the controller like previously, and afterward once you select a game you can click the button to play it without contacting the mouse or trackpad.
Before Google included wireless support for the Stadia controller when playing on the web.