Stadium is for download on the again. The free fan-made browser gives you a way to play Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming service, on iPhones and iPads and was first released back in September. Unfortunately, ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ pulled the app down in October, telling developer Zach Knox that it’s because Stadium uses “public APIs in a manner not prescribed by ¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ.” Now that Knox has a solution to that problem, the tech giant has given Stadium 1.2 its stamp of approval.
¾º²Ê×ãÇòapp¹Ù·½°æ revised its App Store guidelines a couple of months ago in a way that would allow game streaming services such as Google Stadia and Microsoft’s xCloud to run on iOS devices. (Not perfectly — you’d have to download each game individually, which kinda defeats the purpose of having a cloud gaming subscription.) Stadia still isn’t officially available for iOS, though, which is why fans have been trying to develop workarounds for the service. Stadium works by booting up a spoof of the Chrome browser, giving you access Stadia’s library of games. It also supports a variety of controllers, including Xbox gamepads and DualShocks.