The PC platform for mobile devices has received a significant update today courtesy of Valve, which was released as part of Steam. Valve has maintained a mobile app specialized to Steam for a considerable time, but this app has consistently needed to be more in several functions. After an extended period of user demands, Valve has sent out a significant upgrade that revamps the Steam app. \n \nThis new edition of Steam for mobile devices is available for download right now, and almost every aspect of the game has been updated. The mobile application has not only been updated to have a fresher appearance, but it also provides enhanced personalization options. In addition, users may now sign in to their accounts by scanning a unique QR code, eliminating the need to provide a username and password. \n \nIt's fantastic to see that Valve is working to enhance users' experience on mobile devices as well, even if many people will still use Steam via the desktop app most of the time. These enhancements only continue to reinforce why so many Computer users have chosen Steam as their platform of choice since the program was initially established roughly twenty years ago. \n \nYou can discover the whole list of new features that have been added to the Steam app, which was kindly provided by Valve, further down on this page. So if you are interested in learning more about the new additions, continue reading. \n \nUsing two different forms of identification to log into your account helps ensure that no one else can access it. \nScanning a QR code to sign in allows users to bypass providing a password or username when logging into their Steam account. \nConfirmation of your sign-in—Simple "approve" or "deny" buttons allow you to validate your regular sign-ins to Steam. \nApproved Devices: Control accessibility to the devices your account has logged in to. Simple access to the Store, Community, and News, among other things, from wherever you may be and much more.