Google Stadia can now be played on iPhone and iPad

Google Stadia can now be played on iPhone and iPad through the Safari web browser. IOS users with the latest system firmware can go to, log in to their account and start playing, whether they have a free or paid subscription to Google’s game streaming service.

On the Stadia home page in Safari, it is recommended that users tap the share button and then tap ‘Add to home screen’ so that it works more like a web app and less like a browser page when opened from your iOS home page. device.

This is the first time that Google Stadia games can be played on iOS devices since the service launched in November 2019. The Stadia app has been available on iOS for a while, but it only lets users create an account or manage settings while they play. Google is paralyzed by Apple’s App Store Game Streaming Services policy, which is why it uses a web app as a workaround, rather than providing functionality to the app itself.

In other Google news, Gmail, YouTube, Pokemon GO, Google Docs, Stadia and more Google services got a brief outage earlier this week. If you’re interested in checking out the service, Cyberpunk 2077 is now available on Google Stadia. Here are 21 minutes of gameplay at 1080p.

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