Google Stadia online game service is available on iOS
It seems that the conundrum of the Stadia game platform on iOS is continuing. While Stadia has an official app on the App Store, you can’t use it to play games without pre-downloading. Stadia was first introduced to iOS devices by Google through a third-party app – the Stadium browser. It was later taken down by Apple for violating some guidelines and then returned after the developer fixed the issue.
Not long after it was revealed that it would support the iOS platform, Google’s cloud game service officially appeared on the iPad and iPhone.
Google uses a web app so that users can access this service from an Apple device. Google also requires devices to run iOS 14.3 or later to use Stadia. This is the latest operating system version of iOS today.
To enjoy (free or paid plan option), users need to visit https://stadia.google.com from their iOS device, sign in with Google account, then create a link turn off the screen for convenience next time. Most games today require external players (gamepad).
iOS currently supports Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers through Bluetooth connectivity, in addition to special controllers designed specifically for this operating system. Another option is to play with the Stadia controller manually. This game platform also supports touch controls on iOS.
Stadia works entirely on the cloud platform, so users don’t need to download games. Instead, they buy their own games that only operate “in the cloud” and play online when there is an internet connection. Two hot new titles recently Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassion’s Creed Valhalla are also present here.
Although you don’t need to pay to play games, users still have the option to become a Stadia Pro premium subscription with the benefit of accessing more game library and unlocking 4K video display. The price for this service is $ 9.99 a month.
Earlier this week, Ubisoft – a reputable game company also announced that users can follow the unlimited subscription service Ubisoft + and access and use games from the Stadia platform, but currently only tested in the market. American school.