Google Stadia is also coming to iOS

By Rodolfo León 0 COMMENTS 11/19/2020 2:29 pm

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Until now, Manzana had blocked all kinds of video game streaming apps like they are Nvidia GeForce Now, xCloud and of course, Google Stadia. However, the apple company announced today that the Stadia on iOS they will start over the next few weeks.

The reason why such streaming applications were prohibited, according to Apple, is because of the way in which they are grouped within the same application, instead of being able to search for them individually in the App Store. Following this same logic, then Netflix and Amazon Prime Video They should also be banned, but for some reason Apple decided to turn a blind eye to the latter.

Google Stadia debuted a year ago and is available on any computer with a browser Chrome, on the vast majority of Android phones and tablets, as well as on televisions as long as the power adapter is connected Chromecast Ultra.

Via: Kotaku

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