- Google is circumventing Apple’s App Store policies to launch its video game streaming service on iPhones and iPads.
- Google Stadia will work on Apple devices through a “progressive Web application,” which is to say you can access it through your web browser rather than through a dedicated app.
- Apple says video game streaming apps like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass and Google’s Stadia violate App Store publishing guidelines, and has kept them off the iPhone and iPad.
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After years of hype, the so-called “Netflix of gaming” is actually here: Both Google’s Stadia and Microsoft’s Game Pass offer some version of that concept.
Your games exist “in the cloud,” and can be streamed over the internet to a variety of different platforms.
And Google announced on Thursday that its game streaming service will launch on iOS…