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In a tweet from Shadow's Official Twitter account, it looks like those who own Apple M1 devices and future Apple Silicon devices will be able to install the official release of the Shadow Client! The new Apple Silicon app is ~here~. 🍎 Download now: https://t.co/VLNWXDmG0g pic.twitter.com/
Cloud Gaming is designed to be multi-device and multi-platform ready; however, some platforms/devices are better than others for Cloud Gaming. Today, we will be looking at two popular operating systems. If you somehow avoided reading the title of this article, the two operating systems that we will be reviewing
In a recent forum post on Shadow's Community Forum, it looks like the Shadow iOS app is back on the Apple App Store. If you did not know, back on February 12th, Shadow was removed from the App Store for unknown reasons. In the new blog post, posted by Luc
In a recent announcement by Luc over on the Shadow English Discord, it looks like the iOS application of the cloud gaming platform, Shadow, has been removed from the Apple App Store. This is not the first time this has happened. Nearly a year ago today, Shadow was removed from
Recently, a Reddit user created an application that allowed you to play Stadia on iOS utilizing the browser streaming technology that Google Stadia offered to its Stadia users. This application, called "Stadium," allowed for you to access Stadia, as well as providing BlueTooth controller support for those that wanted to
If you have been a part of the Cloud Gaming scene for some time now, you may know that many of the big platforms do not offer an iOS application. If they do, it is most likely a limited version of the app. As Microsoft's testing period for the xCloud