Apple Should Allow Steam Link to Access the App Store Despite Violati of Third-Party Market Rules

Although Valve did not completely block the possibility of buying games via the Steam Link applicati, Apple's decisi to refuse the Steam Link iOS applicati of the App Store for "business cflicts" is short-sighted.

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Earlier this mth, Valve announced that it would launch an iOS app called Steam Link, allowing players to play titles installed a Mac or PC the Steam market their iOS device. Indeed, it is an extensi of the existing Steam In-Home streaming feature, which allows a less powerful computer to launch a game a more powerful host, streaming over the network, but in this case the mobile devices are the customers.

Compatibility with Apple TV also offered the possibility that the applicati turns the Apple decoder into something closer to a new generati game csole. Equipped with a steam ctroller or other MFI accessory, it allowed to expand the user's game library from the living room, unless dragging his desktop into the room and hang the TV.

Everything seemed normal until Thursday, when Valve issued a statement advising the Steam Link applicati that would not be released at the moment. It turns out that, although Apple has approved the release of Steam Link May 7, two days before the Valve announcement, Apple has canceled the approval of the applicati the next day.

Meanwhile, the Android versi of Steam Link is available for download Google Play right now.

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