Google seems to be testing touch screen controls for Stadia on Android. 9to5Google has analyzed the latest Stadia release on Android, and found several references to a “direct touch” feature. When direct touch is enabled, Stadia users can tap, swipe and pinch items in games, or continue using a Bluetooth or USB controller.
It is not yet clear which games support direct touch, although Stadia currently has very limited support for touch screen controls in games such as Monopoly which allows users to turn on touch mode. This new direct touch feature has only been discovered in the Android version of Stadia, but hopefully it will take the road to the online version for iOS as well.
Google does not officially have detailed direct touch for Stadia, so we do not yet know how touch controls will be supported. Microsoft̵
Google also appears to be preparing Android TV support for Stadia. 9to5Google notes that there are explicit references to Android TV in this latest Stadia app update. Stadia was launched on Chromecast Ultra devices, but support for Android TV has been lacking since Stadia’s debut more than a year ago.