Along with screenshots, trailers and news from Shacknews, the free application includes content from other sites in the GameFly Media group, including descriptions, control layouts, cheat codes and reviews on "more than 5,000 video game titles."
Those with GameFly accounts can use the application to add, remove and rearrange titles within their GameQ. Those that don't have GameFly accounts, meanwhile, will be offered a fifteen-day free trial just for downloading the application.
"We really want the app to be bigger than the GameFly audience," said GameFly co-founder Sean Spector, explaining that it's targeted at "all gamers of all ages."
Spector added that while he didn't want to "divulge too much" about future plans, upcoming additions include the ability to rate games and write reviews from within the application along with more trailers and the ability to rate news items.