The Steam Link app is currently accessible for iOS, just about a year after it was first rejected by Apple. Already accessible on Android, the app enables users to stream their Steam library to Apple devices including iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV “by means of a 5Ghz network or wired Ethernet to a host PC running Steam”.
The app was at first rejected by Apple, as indicated by a statement issued by Valve in May a year ago. After an underlying approval, “Apple revoked its endorsement referring business clashes with app guidelines that had purportedly not been acknowledged by the original audit team,” Valve’s 2018 statement read. “Valve requested, explaining the Steam Link app just functions as a LAN-based remote desktop like various remote desktop applications already accessible on the App Store. At last, that appeal was denied leaving the Steam Link app for iOS obstructed from release.
“The team here spent numerous hours on this venture and the approval procedure, so we’re plainly disappointed. Be that as it may, however, we hope Apple will reconsider later on.” And it has unmistakably reconsidered, however, it took a year. The app isn’t showing up in the App Store’s search results so far, however, you can get to it directly here.
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Chris tried the Android proportionate upon its release a year ago, writing that it couldn’t exactly live up to a physical Steam Link box. All things considered, the physical box was stopped toward the end of the last year, however, can still be found secondhand.