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A little over a year ago Stadia, Google’s streaming game service, made its debut in Spain to expand slowly but surely through different territories and adding new games and services to a catalog that was born somewhat reduced.
Now, Google has announced that Stadia will also be available on Apple iOS devices (that is, on iPhone phones and iPad tablets) using the web browser version of your service through Safari, the browser owned by Apple itself that is present in all iOS terminals.
The reason for using the web version through Safari and not a native application is that Apple itself puts many obstacles to carry out this movement, something for which it has been criticized by numerous companies such as Google itself or Microsoft.
What We do not know, for the moment, is when to arrive officially Stadia to iOS with the only data that Google will begin to test the service through Safari in beta form during the next few weeks.
As you might have heard, the first phase of iOS support is coming to Stadia! Stay tuned for more to come. https://t.co/RECHwxl5Iz pic.twitter.com/Yj8bFaAG3R— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) November 19, 2020
NVIDIA launches GeForce Now on iOS
Google’s announcement with Stadia coincides with the launch by NVIDIA of the beta of NVIDIA GeForce Now (the game service is streaming from NVIDIA) on iOS also using its web version and the Safari browser so that gamers can access it. service that has a totally free plan to be able to play by streaming the games that we have acquired on Steam or in the Epic Games or Store, as well as a premium plan with different advantages.