While Apple has relaxed its rules regarding game streaming services on its iOS devices, it is still somewhat restrictive because it forces companies to launch all the games available in the service separately on the Apple App Store so that each game is reviewed separately and to make sure that it is The laws of the store are respected.
However, this is not logical, as this would lead to the difference in the contents of the game library on the service from one platform to another due to the possible removal of some games on the iOS platform, and some cloud game streaming services include some games specifically intended for devices such as Playstation, Xbox and PC, This means that it is impossible to launch these games on the Apple App Store.
However, if you are an iOS user looking to stream games to their mobile device, you’ll be glad to know that Nvidia has found a workaround through the browser Safari. The company announced that Nvidia GeForce Now cloud game streaming service will now be playable through the Safari browser on an iPhone or iPad.
Since cloud game streaming services do most of the heavy lifting on the company’s servers, all you’ll need is a compatible device and a stable internet connection and you should be good to go. You will also need to register for an Nvidia GeForce Now account, but once you do, you should be able to start streaming games through the Safari browser.
There are 750 games available on Nvidia GeForce Now, which is why we said that it makes no sense for companies to meet Apple’s rules and requirements, it would be unrealistic to send all 750 games to Apple, especially if there were cases where some games were rejected. For whatever reason. The workaround through Safari appears to be a good compromise and also appears to be one that Google is looking to take advantage of for Google Stadia in the next few weeks.