Because of Apple’s underlying limitations encompassing game real time features, stages like Google’s Stadia are as of now not accessible on iOS. Nonetheless, there is some uplifting news since Google has declared that they will bring Stadia streaming onto iOS gadgets through a reformist web application.
This means Stadia will be playable on iOS gadgets through Safari, instead of a committed iOS application. This is somewhat of an escape clause which will permit Google to bring Stadia formally onto iOS gadgets, and yet permits them to skirt around a portion of the guidelines that Apple needs for game web-based features.
Apple has loosened up their position to some degree with respect to game web-based features, yet they additionally presented new principles that engineers need to meet to have their game streaming application endorsed for the App Store. These standards, all things considered, are still incredibly prohibitive and we don’t know whether they’re completely reasonable as it would require the games accessible on the administration to likewise be accessible as an independent application on the App Store (for survey purposes).
This is the reason Google’s workaround is by all accounts a respectable trade off, despite the fact that we don’t know whether streaming Stadia through a committed application would give a superior encounter contrasted with Safari. Google has not expressed when this web application will be delivered, then again, actually it will be in the coming weeks. Source : ubergizmo