NVIDIA, Google, Microsoft and others have announced their cloud game services and are all hoping to bring them to as many users as possible. And to do that, they need a version that supports the iPhone. However, Apple has previously said that such apps violate its app store policy and are not allowed to go on sale. < / P > < p > NVIDIA has previously released a beta web application that allows iPhone users to run geforce now cloud games on their iPhones via their own Safari browser, and Microsoft hopes to adopt a similar approach in the coming months. Now Google has confirmed that it will soon launch a beta version of the statia game web app for iPhone users. The search giant hopes not only to provide cloud game services on the iPhone, but also to finish all the work before Microsoft, but NVIDIA is theoretically the first cloud game service provider to adopt this approach. But not everyone agrees with this approach to circumvent Apple’s restrictions. < / P > < p > for example, Microsoft claims that the adoption of alternative solutions to bring popular cloud game services to iPhone users will affect the end-user experience, so Apple should obviously lift the restrictions and let everyone have access to xcloud, stadia and other services. However, apple doesn’t seem to have much interest in deregulation at the moment, so streaming through the browser seems to be the future trend in cloud games on iPhone. The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region