Playing games in mobile on a touch screen will not work out well. Tactile controls are used with a smartphone or tablet in both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. But not all the games can be played using the game controller. This is same as Apple certifies other iPhone/iPad accessories, like Lightning cables.
Since 2013, iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches support standardized gamepad controller. Controllers are developed and certified with Apple’s MFi (Made For iPhone/iPad) certification. The majority of the MFi controllers can sync wirelessly by means of Bluetooth. But few of the Mfi controllers need a physical connection, so plug them into lightning port on iPad or iPhone.
Controller In Pairing Mode (iOS Devices)
- Set the controller in a pairing mode.
- Turn on the Bluetooth in the settings on iPhone or iPad.
- Tap the controller to pair it with the Bluetooth.
- Connect via Bluetooth.
NVIDIA’s Android-based SHIELD devices have physical gaming controllers. Games with NVIDIA Shield controller also work with other types of controllers. There are some games which support, Only the best game controller in Google play store you can try it out.
Controller In Pairing Mode (Android Devices)
Android supports many types of controllers. To connect the wireless Bluetooth controller,
- Pair the controller and the Android device.
- Controller’s pairing mode must be turned on.
- Go to settings in the Android device turn the Bluetooth on.
- The name of the controller will be detected.
- Tap on the name of the controller.
- The controller and the device will be paired.
- Finally, launch a game and start playing.
Therefore, It is very easy and simple to use the game controller with the iPhone, iPad, or Android devices by connecting via Bluetooth.