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You can now play games on your iPhones with a web browser without having to download them

Facebook is not backing down nor backing off, they seemed adamant about providing cloud games for iOS devices that can be played using a web browser. This is because they have now released cloud games on IOS devices that can be played through the safari browser.  disregarding the Apple rules that they set in place.

play games on your iPhones with a web browser
play games on your iPhones with a web browser

If you have an Apple phone you can now play games on your safari browser or on your mobile device and you do not have to download them. This has been made possible by Facebook just this past Friday. So you no longer have to physically download any game before you can enjoy playing it on your device.

This move by Facebook is a deliberate refusal of Apple’s cloud gaming policy which says that all games should be submitted to the Apple Store for review before being uploaded. The policy also stated that Apple is against any tactic that will lead to other companies launching cloud games outside of Apple Cloud gaming.

However, since Facebook has deliberately disregarded this policy they have their own reason for doing that. This is what Vivek Sharma, vice president of Facebook Gaming Has to say about what they did. “As many have pointed out, Apple’s policy to ‘allow’ cloud games on the App Store doesn’t allow for much at all. Apple’s cloud gaming policy creates “roadblocks” that prevent people from “discovering new games, playing cross-device, and accessing high-quality games instantly in native iOS apps.” Yes, they have decided to bypass Apple’s cloud gaming policy. 

How to play cloud games on your Apple device

If you are one of those that would like to try this new way Facebook has made available to play cloud games on IOS devices without having to use the Apple Cloud gaming service then follow me.

Finally, Facebook confirmed that only users in the US and few parts of Canada and Mexico can play These cloud games. This means that users who aren’t in those places cannot play HTML5 games rather we have to stick with the traditional Apple Cloud gaming.

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