Anbox Cloud 1.16 Released With Intel & AMD Vulkan GPU Support

Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 16 November 2022 at 10:00 AM EST. 22 Comments
Anbox Cloud as Canonical's solution for Android containers in the cloud is out with a shiny new feature release.

Anbox Cloud 1.16 adds support for Android 13, Serial ID support is now implemented, there is a new bug reporting utility build in for Anbox, WebRTC streaming improvements for better performance, data channel improvements, official Ubuntu 22.04 support, and new AMD and Intel GPU support.

The new AMD and Intel GPU support in Anbox Cloud 1.16 allows making use of Mesa 22.2's Vulkan drivers of Radeon RADV and Intel ANV while using ANGLE on top for providing the EGL / OpenGL (ES) support for Android apps/games.

There are also bug fixes and other improvements with Anbox Cloud 1.16. More details on Anbox Cloud 1.16 via the release announcement.
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