Last week, foreign media revealed how Apple prevented Google stadia from showing off on its own platform, and some worried that Amazon’s introduction of cloud game services into the iPhone might conflict with Apple’s app store policy. It is not known whether Google, geforce now and project xcloud will follow up soon. < / P > < p > it should be pointed out that Amazon Luna on IOS is not an application in the traditional sense, but a “progressive web application” (PWA for short), so there is no need to log in to the app store. < / P > < p > users can access Amazon Luna through a web browser. Although the startup method becomes a little strange, at least a shortcut icon can be placed on the main screen of IOS device to make it look like a normal app. < / P > < p > as a web app, it can avoid the restrictions of complex app store rules. In addition, apple mentioned this idea in its rule update two weeks ago: < / P > < p > 4.9 — streaming Game: as long as the developer submits the approval for each game content update, provides appropriate metadata for retrieval, and unlocks the corresponding functions or components through in app purchase, the streaming Game is also allowed to log on IOS by apple Yes. < / P > < p > of course, besides the app store, there are always open Internet and web browser applications waiting for all users= target=_ blank>After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today