The new Xbox iOS app is now available in the App Store, a completely redesigned app that gives us Remote Play mode as a new process, allows Xbox users to stream their Xbox One games to iPhone or iPad.
The Remote Play function of the new Xbox system gives us a very similar function we can find it in the Remote Play app from Sony PlayStation 4, but unlike Sony’s model, Microsoft allows games to be streamed via a mobile device.
Microsoft’s new Xbox iPhone app lets you stream Xbox games to iPhone 😎 Coming soon, and here’s how it works. More details here: https://t.co/zsQ7S2cEis pic.twitter.com/env64JlaAt
– Tom Warren (@tomwarren) September 25, 2020
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) September 25, 2020
In order to enjoy this activity, you obviously need an Xbox, Xbox to take care of it play the topics we want to play from our iPhone or iPad. According to Microsoft, this program is designed to be faster and more accurate than the previous version.
That’s what the app doesn’t allow enjoy streaming video service via xCloud, due to Apple’s limitations, the restrictions have rested over the past few weeks, but that is not a preference for Microsoft, as it forces Redmond-based companies to launch a game-based program available on its platform.
Microsoft says it continues to operate bring xCloud to iOS and everything seems to indicate that the only way it has, without providing an independent application for each game, is to use a browser. Luna, Amazon’s video game streaming service, will run from day one on iOS devices, and will do so via Safari.
About xCloud release date on iOS, currently Microsoft you have not announced the availability dateBut if you take advantage of Luna’s agreement with Apple to allow Safari to broadcast games without going through the App Store, it won’t take long to enjoy xCloud on our iPhone or iPad.