Play GeForce Now on your iPhone or iPad
Nvidia has finally managed to launch its GeForce Now streaming game service for iOS and iPadOS devices. That means that despite the obstacles that Apple has placed throughout this time both to this and other similar proposals, iPhone and iPad users will finally be able to enjoy the advantages offered by the game in the cloud.
If you are wondering how he managed to do it, well, as we have already told you on occasion. What Nvidia has done is forgetting to launch a native application within the App Store that gives access to its service and resorting to the use of a web interface. Exactly the same thing that Amazon did with Luna.
Thanks to this, iPhone and iPad users will be able to play each and every one of the titles available in the GeForce Now catalog from now on. Of course, they will need to meet a series of requirements to be able to access:
- The first thing is to have a GeForce Now account. This is something you can do both for free and for a fee. The free version has the limitation of not having preference when accessing the server and a specific game time. However, the paid version (5.49 euros per month or 27.45 euros for six months) gives access priority and also eliminates the maximum time that you can play for each login.
- The second important thing to enjoy GoForce Now on Apple products is that you will have to have versions 14.2 of iOS and iPadOS.
- Lastly, this beta is currently only available to users in America and Europe. They will soon unlock the service in other regions, but for now it is what it is.
Ready, once you are clear that you meet each and every one of these points, the next thing you have to do is access the web address https://play.geforcenow.com/ from Safari. You will then see a series of instructions that you will have to follow. These basically consist of creating a icon on the home screen with which you will access the beta.
Remember, yes, that GeForce Now could be said that right now it is like a catwalk. That is, they put the technology but the games you have to have them on one of the supported platforms (Steam, Epic Games, Ubisoft and soon it will also be GOG).
Anyway, great news for Nvidia and for users the arrival of GoForce Now to the iPhone and iPad. We will see what Apple thinks, because they show that they remain firm in their decisions about what may or may not be within the App Store, but for now they will lose that 30% commission that they will take if it were a native app and the players use their payment gateway. Now, By when xCloud?