Steam Link finally available on iOS after getting rejected once

Steam is the leading marketplace for games on PC and the Steam Link app allows for a more flexible gaming experience that doesn’t tie you to your PC monitor. Valve launched the Steam Link app last year so that the users get the ability to stream their games to their mobile devices directly, but unfortunately Apple rejected as it violated a few guidelines.

Since then, both the companies have worked together to get the app on iOS and Apple TV. It took a year to solve the issue, but now its finally available for the Apple users.

Using the app users can connect to games they have already purchased for Steam and then stream these titles from a host computer to an iPhone, iPad or Apple TV, using a Steam Controller or any MFi controller.

The app was earlier available to Android and Raspberry Pi 3 and with iOS joining them makes it complete.
You can now grab the app from the App Store.

Sriyansa Mohanty
Author: Sriyansa Mohanty

From India. A student who loves blogging about technology.

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