11:55PM Wednesday 15 May
Valve's Steam Link app, which is designed to let you play Steam games on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV has finally made its way to iOS and is available for download as of today. Read More »
4 Days Ago Valve’s Steam Link app is now available on iOS devices and the Apple TV, almost a year after Apple initially rejected it for “business conflicts.” Steam Link allows you to beam your existing library of PC games to other devices on the same network; the app is Valve’s replacement for a now-discontinued streaming box that carried the same name.
4 Days Ago PC gaming is ready to meet iOS, now that Valve's Steam Link app is available for Apple's devices. You can evne play them on your TV easily via the Apple TV, streamed right from your PC.
4 Days Ago Valve has released its Steam Link app on iOS and Apple TV, one year after it launched on Android. With the Steam Link app, users can play games from their Steam library on mobile devices or smart TVs while connected to a host computer via a 5Ghz network or a wired ethernet connection.
4 Days Ago A year after Apple rejected it from entering the App Store, Valve's Steam Link app is now available to stream games from user Steam libraries on Mac and PC to compatible iPhones, iPads or Apple TV devices.
4 Days Ago Last year Valve released the Steam Link app for Android devices allowing gamers to stream PC games to their mobile device or tablet over a home network.At
4 Days Ago Last May, Apple caused some controversy in the gaming community when it rejected Valve’s Steam Link app from the App Store merely a day after Valve announced it.
3 Days Ago It only took a year, but Valve’s Steam Link app has finally arrived on the App Store for both iOS devices and Apple TV. Apple originally rejected it in part because its design let you buy games through Steam without letting Apple gets its cut, and so only our friends on Android devices have been able to enjoy the feature for the past 12 months.
4 Days Ago Remember the Steam Link app that let you play Steam games on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV? Apple yanked it from the App Store about a year ago, citing “business conflicts.” The app allowed you to purchase games directly from Steam, bypassing Apple's App Store altogether.