The gaming platform in stremaing Google Stadia will be coming to both iOS and iPadOS shortly through internet browsers.
Google Stadia is the cloud gaming platform for streaming by subscription of Google. It aims to bring triple A games to any device through the cloud so that they can be played anywhere.
One of the sites where you could play would be in our iPhone Y iPad. But, Apple’s policies regarding the execution in streaming of games, prevents applications of this type of services from reaching the App Store running the services as such.
Google Stadia will come to iPhone and iPad through a webapp
But, from the looks of it, Stadia would hit the iPhone Y iPad very soon. So they have announced it from their own Google Stadia account in which they have made it known that the first phase of Stadia’s support for iOS Y iPadOS will arrive at the service.
The way in which this service will reach our devices will be through the browser. And it is that, although Apple will not accept apps of these services, does not prevent and in fact encourages the use of webapps for those services that want to reach iOS Y iPadOS but they cannot do it through App Store, like Stadia or Project xCloud.
This very positive news opens, without a doubt, the possibilities of the devices of Manzana. Even more so if we take into account that more and more controls are compatible with the iPhone Y iPad in multitude of apps how can it be Safari.
What do you think that, in one way or another, platforms like Google Stadia end up reaching the iPhone Y iPad? Of course this is great news for the most gamers and more for those who have a subscription to the service and have devices of Manzana.