Google announced today that it no longer considers its Stadia game streaming service to be “experimental” on iPhone and iPad. He also confirmed that a new feature has been added for those who play through Apple devices.
It is famous that Apple will not allow game streaming services like Stadia on the App Store, leaving a progressive web application through Safari as the only option. Still, Stadia seems to be happy with how things have gone in recent months of development, even going as far as adding a new feature for mobile-optimized resolution settings.
Stadia on iOS has left the experimental stage and is rolling out in a new version, and includes a completely new feature: adding resolution settings optimized for mobile devices. To use this feature and play your games on Stadia on iOS, use the progressive web app.
Google also offers a supporting document that explains how people should set up that progressive web app, and also points out that you’ll need to use the proper Stadia app to set up your controller and add games to your library. It’s also quick to signal people to Apple if something goes wrong.
Don’t want to use the Stadia controller? Don’t worry, PS4 and Xbox controllers work just fine, and both happen to be the best game controllers for iPhones. In our humble opinion, of course!