Rejoice, gaming fans! Steam's mobile app — which was available for Android and iOS, but only on a closed beta — has gone live for all. It's still listed as a beta though, and you do have to go through a simple email verification to get it running, but now everyone can spend money they really can't afford on even more inexpensive-looking games. Who needs productivity anyway? [Kotaku]
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