Apple has decided not to allow owners of iPhone, iPad and Apple TV to play PC games via Steam Link.
The new Valve app, now available in beta Android, was banned from the App Store because of "business cflicts." Apple also declined Valve's calls.  This is yet another example of Apple customers being hurt by its often joking App Store rules.What makes this ban even more ridiculous is that there are so many d & # 39; Applicatis similar to Steam Link already available in the App Store.
Steam Link gives players the ability to stream games from their PC to another device.It previously needed a decoder that had to to be plugged into a TV, but with the Steam Link app, you can enjoy your favorite tracks almost anywhere in your home.
Steam Link works as a remote desktop applicati, many of which are available in the App Store, allowing users to access their Mac or PC while traveling. And yet, Apple will not allow the Valve customer because it's kind of violates the guidelines of the App Store
Apple says no to Steam Link
Apple rejected the # Applicati May 10, three days after initial approval. The block is the result of "business disputes", according to a statement from Valve:
Mday, May 7, Apple approved the Steam Link applicati for publicati. Weds, May 9, Valve released news of the applicati. The next morning, Apple revoked its approval by relying commercial disputes with applicati guidelines that would not have been made by …