The Google Stadia cloud gaming service is now available on the iPhone and iPad through a dedicated web app. Google Stadia is a cloud gaming service that allows gamers to play many of their favorite video games on many streaming-capable devices.
The platform had been unavailable on iOS devices, due to Apple’s restrictions on cloud gaming services in the App Store. This forced Google to find a workaround.
The new web version of Google Stadia can now be accessed via the Safari browser and is available in a beta capacity. The service can be tried out at Stadia.com. The service supports multiple games, including Cyberpunk 2077, NBA 2K21, DOOM Eternal, Outcasters, and many more. A full list of available games is available here.
Google cautions players that the Safari gameplay feature is still under development, and additional features and performance enhancements will be added to the service as the company gathers information about users’ experiences.
The Stadia cloud gaming service was launched in November 2019 and allows users to play cloud-based games on compatible desktop and laptop Windows PCs and mac, along with some phones and tablets. The service is free to use, although some games must be purchased to play them. An internet connection of 10 Mbps or faster. Players can also pay a $10 per month fee for access to free games and higher resolution gaming.