‘We absolutely will end up on iOS’



Phil Spencer holding a sign: Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's gaming division. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images


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  • Microsoft last month officially added a key feature to Game Pass, its Netflix-style subscription library of Xbox games: The ability to stream many of the included games to any Android smartphone or tablet.
  • Notably, Apple’s iPhone and iPad were absent from the launch. Apple has said it doesn’t allow apps for streaming services such as Game Pass or Google’s Stadia because it’s unable to review each game on the platform.
  • “We absolutely will end up on iOS with Game Pass,” Microsoft gaming boss Phil Spencer told employees. The company is targeting 2021 for the potential release of a “direct browser-based solution,” Spencer said.
  • Amazon says that it’s able to bring its forthcoming cloud gaming service Luna to iPhone by offering it as a web app.
  • Microsoft did not comment at the time of publication.
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