Amazon has announced that Luna, its cloud gaming service, is now accepting early access. The cloud game service is basically the same as Google’s stadia. After announcing the service earlier this month, the company said it had received “tens of thousands” of requests to test Luna, a significant number given that the requests came only from the U.S. region. < / P > < p > Amazon is now open to a “small number” of players who have registered to test Luna. Once invited, users can start using Luna on windows, MAC, fire, TV devices and IOS via web applications, and Android support will follow. < / P > < p > at present, Google stadia and xboxgame pass are only used on Android platform because they do not comply with relevant policies of Apple App store. It bypasses the problem of Amazon and Google, but uses a different way. The core of Luna service is channel. With Luna +, users can subscribe to the channel for only $5.99 a month during the preemptive experience phase and enjoy more than 50 games (which will continue to be rich in the future), but Amazon has not announced the final pricing. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days