Here is a great app to motivate Android gamers. NVIDIA has just updated its TegraZone app, which means that the app is now fully compatible with non-Tegra devices. Previously it was available for the mobile devices, which came powered by Nvidia's Tegra 2, Tegra 3, and Tegra 4 mobile processors, as well as Nvidia Shield.
According to Nvidia, "TegraZone is not intended to replace the purchase, download, or functionality of the Android Market, but rather to compliment it by providing a selection of premium games that developers believe will offer an exceptional experience for users of Tegra-powered phones and tablets."
The TegraZone for Android comes free via Google Play Store and will be compatible with most devices powered by Android 2.2 and up.
The latest update for TegraZone, which makes the application available to Android users, brings in numerous new features and improvements as well.
Of all the newly added features, the app will now support Google Play Game Services, which means that all Android users will now be able to download games and submit reviews/ratings for the same. The app will ask for the users' Google+ login to personalize the TegraZone experience.
The latest TegraZone Collections also comes within the app, which will highlight special interest groups of games by feature, genre, or publisher.
This update also brings with it support for Nvidia Shield controls and HID controllers, which allow users to use the app on other Android devices like the current selection of Android gaming consoles such as the MOJO. Most importantly, non-Tegra devices will here-on be compatible with the app.
As expected, minor bug fixes have also arrived for the app with the new update.