I really like the convenience of the app. Being able to manage GameFly on the go is awesome. However, I do have one complaint: You can’t read all the reviews for any given game. If your checking out a game, all you can see are the two most recent reviews and the two most helpful reviews. At most, that’s four reviews per game. It would be awesome to be able to read all the reviews, that way I could get a real feel for what the masses think about a game, as opposed to what only a few people think about it. Here we provide GameFly V 6.01 for Android 4.1++ GameFly is the ultimate video game and movie app for Android phones and tablets.
– Get info on 8,000+ games for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS, and more
– Rent the latest Blu-ray and DVD movies
– Pre-order, buy new and used, and Keep games and movies you rent
– Browse GameFly Streaming titles
– View GameFly Streaming compatible devices and controllers
– Easily subscribe to a GameFly Streaming pack by using TV code checkout with your Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick (1st gen), Samsung Smart TV and LG Smart TV
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– Check out user reviews and ratings
– Connect with fellow gamers
– Up-to-the-minute gaming news
– Browse screenshots and videos
– GameFly members can manage their Q and account on the go
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I've had game fly in the past but cancelled due to the fact that they don't have enough copies of newly released games. I recently started it at again with a 3 game rental account in hopes that that they had updated. I've had them now for about 3 months and keep in mind I get 3 game rentals at a time and I am yet to get a newly released game. I'm literally playing games that have come out in the past few years if not past few months. You can control what's on your list through your queue and I do. I probably have 20 upcoming games at the top of my list and literally have never gotten one. The perks to it is that you don't have to go anywhere and it's mailed directly to your house and it's a little bit cheaper than renting your games through something like Redbox, the con is at least at Redbox you have some type of control over getting a game that you really want to play versus what they realistically have available.