What is Game Dashboard and how does it work on Android?

Game Dashboard Android

To improve the performance of games on Android and optimize their operation you can employ some external applications, but if you use the new version of the Android 13 operating system, you will find that the software already incorporates its own optimization tools, among which is Game Dashboard.

Game Dashboard is a small platform that has several options that serve to improve the Android gaming experience.

The Game Dashboard system took its first steps in Android 12, but it improves considerably in Android 13. With it, it will be easier to prevent calls and messages from interrupting the game session. It will also let you record gameplays and prioritize battery life or performance while you’re playing. Here’s how to activate and use it.

How to enable Game Dashboard on Android

Logically, before starting with the procedure, the mobile must have Android 13 to have the Game Dashboard support.

– Go to “Settings.”

– Press on the search icon and type “Game Dashboard”.

– You will enter the Dashboard menu, all you have to do is to flip the switch. Here it is also possible to activate the floating bubble to enter the dashboard and enable the “Do Not Disturb” option so that calls and messages do not interrupt you while you play.

How to use Game Dashboard

Once activated, this will appear as a small floating bar on the right side of the panel. If you click on the bar, four options will be displayed: controller, screenshot, recording and FPS.

Likewise, you will access the full function menu by sliding the bar. From there you can operate each of the functions at will and change the configuration of some tools, such as “FPS”. This is used to prioritize the game performance or take care of the battery life.

An interesting option of Dashboard is that it allows you to access your Google account to broadcast your gameplay directly from your mobile to YouTube Live. From the same panel you will access your profile and it will automatically offer you the alternative to connect to YouTube.

Finally, Dashboard has automatic configurations, which are: Optimization (increase the graphic quality in the game), Standard (balance between a good experience and taking care of the mobile autonomy), Performance (increase the FPS of the game) and “Battery” (prioritize the battery life above everything else).

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