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GeForce Now is launched on iPhone - Google Stadia coming soon

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Nvidia has launched GeForce Now in the browser as previously promised.

Google Stadium is also on its way to iOS via the browser. A beta test will begin in the coming weeks.

Microsoft's xCloud launderers on iPhone next year.

Now GeForce Now is on iPhone
This is the same technique Amazon uses with its new streaming service, ie to stream the games via the browser to avoid Apple's restrictions.

Use this link to launch GeForce Now In your browser on an iOS device.

As for Fortnite, which many of you are probably wondering, Epic's popular game is not available yet, but it's coming soon. Nvidia is collaborating with Epic Games to launch a touch-friendly version that can run on iPhone and iPad through Apple's Safari browser.

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