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June 13, 2019 Thursday 10:55:50 AM IST

Steam game streaming for iPhone, Apple TV

Technology Inceptions

Valve's Steam Link app, which allows PC users to stream their Steam games from a PC to an Apple TV, iPhone, or iPad, is finally available to users after having been rejected from the iOS App Store by Apple over a year ago. The app allows users to play their Steam games on Apple's devices although they are actually running and being rendered on a powerful enough PC, as long as they have a high-speed local Wi-Fi network.
Now, the Steam Link app is finally available for iPhones, iPads, the iPod touch, and the Apple TV, but the approved version does not let users purchase Steam games.  Steam users will need a 5GHz Wi-Fi network and Valve recommends that the PC running Steam should be connected to the Wi-Fi router with an Ethernet cable. Steam Link requires an iPhone or iPad running iOS 11 or later, and a PC (Windows or Linux) or Mac running Steam.

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