After a long test phase, Microsoft is releasing its Xcloud game streaming service for everyone safari Users on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac for the next few weeks.
Apple iPhone and iPad owners can, thanks to Microsoft. soon to be playing many of their favorite Xbox games and Windows titles on their devices Efforts to make games streamable from Safari.
While Microsoft originally intended to use its Xcloud app natively on Apple devices, Appstore Guidelines Prohibited streaming of off-site games in apps without individual App Store items for each title. Google and Microsoft refused to do so, effectively banning services like Xcloud and Google Stadia from the App Store, leaving iOS and iPadOS players dispense.
According to Microsoft, interested parties must purchase an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which can be purchased directly from Xbox website. Microsoft is currently running a limited time offer that allows new users to try the service for just $ 1 for three months. After the trial period, the service will automatically renew for $ 14.99 per month until canceled.
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