Last month Apple has released revised App Store guides that allow game streaming services such as Google Stadia, Microsoft’s X Cloud, and Nvidia’s GeForce Now to run on iOS devices. Unfortunately, the update notes: “Sports apps provided by a streaming sports service subscription must be downloaded directly from the store. Duplicates must be created by a customer to avoid payment and not to the detriment of non-subscriber customers.” Many users have pointed out that downloading games to play them defeats the purpose of the game streaming service. Now iOS users may have a functionality that allows them to play Stadia without any downloads other than a free browser app. The application is called Stadium Fullscreen Browser (For free) and allow users to access their Google Stadia account and play games directly from their library.
The browser runs on any iOS device running iOS 14.0 or later and supports game controllers. Interestingly, the official Stadia controller is not supported (yet). It’s a bit long, and you’ll need to buy an additional Bluetooth controller, but if you want to try out Stadia on your iPhone or iPad, there is a way to do it now. This service offers a month’s free trial for Pro layer members, so you have nothing to lose.
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