Google's game streaming platform Stadia is now available on iOS. It is not on the App Store, however, having taken NVIDIA GeForce NOW's route as a web app onto iPhones. Therefore, users with these devices can now log into the sevice on its latest compatible hardware, should they want to.
Stadia is a service that started out available across Google or Android hardware, Chromecast-enabled TVs included. Now, it has finally crossed over to iOS as well. However, its app on this platform is a web-based one accessible through the Safari browser.
This quasi-workaround is also how iPhone users can now login into their GeForce NOW accounts. Therefore, these individuals may now have a new way to try and play titles that include Cyberpunk 2077. This new avenue apparently requires the latest update to the software in question.
Therefore, users on iOS 14.3 can add a Stadia shortcut to their homescreens through the Share button once logged in. This process has reportedly experienced some initial stutters in the very early stages of its roll-out. However, Google now asserts that it should be fully available on Safari from now.
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