NVIDIA launches GeForce Now streaming games for Apple devices

Nvidia announced that its game streaming service (GeForce Now) has become available to users of iPhone smartphones and iPads from Apple, through the company’s Safari web browser as well.

With the launch of the (GeForce Now) service, users of Apple devices can play games that are up to the level of powerful gaming platform games, and this includes some games that Apple prohibits from the App Store, such as the game (Fortnite) from Epic Games, To be launched soon.

It is noteworthy that the strict laws of Apple’s App Store prevent users of iPhone smartphones and iPads from enjoying game-streaming services from companies such as Google, Microsoft, and Nvidia.

Like Amazon, Nvidia defrauded these laws by enabling users to access the GeForce Now service through the Safari browser, which does not require users to download any application from the App Store.

Geforce Now is a subscription service that starts at $ 4.99 per month, and includes popular games, such as: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Destiny 2 Beyond Light. They are two advanced games, and usually require dedicated PCs for games, game consoles from Sony, or Microsoft.

Nvidia says: The (GeForce Now) service requires users to use a controller, and will not support working with a keyboard or mouse.

It is noteworthy that Microsoft provides a similar service, xCloud, which is available for smartphones running the Android operating system from Google, but it is not available to iPhone users yet. Microsoft may resort to following the example of Nvidia and Amazon to enable iPhone users to access the service, by building a web version of it.

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