Apple to Allow Cloud Gaming Apps on the App Store

Cloud Gaming Apple

Apple has announced a significant update that will enhance the cloud gaming experience on its App Store. The company is now allowing developers to submit a single app that can stream a full catalog of games, marking a substantial shift in the way games are delivered and experienced on iOS devices.

This development opens up new possibilities for users to access a wide range of streaming games through a singular application, streamlining the gaming experience and potentially expanding the audience.

Moreover, these gaming services will now be able to incorporate Apple’s In-App Purchase system, offering users the ability to purchase digital content or services, such as game subscriptions, directly within the app.

The update reflects Apple’s recognition of the growing importance of cloud gaming and its potential. Now, services like GeForce NOW and Xbox Cloud Gaming could be available natively without the need of PWA.

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Marxally is a freelance graphic designer who enjoys playing video games and writing about them. A Nintendo fan at heart that enjoys the benefits of cloud gaming and loves its amazing community. Marxally covers news and review games at Cloud Dosage. Like what he does? Buy Marxally a Pizza!

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