Previously, GeForce Now could not be used in the desktop PC web browser. As of version 2.0.27, it is now possible to use the streaming service on Windows and MacOS in the Chrome browser. Anyone using an iPhone or iPad has the option of accessing the service through Safari for some time. Since Apple only allows restricted cloud gaming apps, there is no GeForce Now app available on the App Store.
GeForce Now game streaming service runs on Chrome browser and M1 devices
According to The edge Owners of a Macbook with an integrated M1 chip can now use Nvidia’s cloud service. Previously, GeForce Now was not offered for MacOS systems with an ARM processor. Until now, the service application had to be emulated on ARM Macbooks. Of course, this was associated with non-negligible performance constraints.
In addition to Windows systems, Mac and other Apple devices, GeForce Now is also compatible with Android smartphones. The required application is in the Google Play Store available.
Nvidia currently offers around 2000 games
Currently around 2000 titles can be played with GeForce Now. The service is available for free as long as the user already owns the corresponding game. The respective game can be streamed for an hour. Those who pay 5.49 euros a month for the membership can play a title for six hours and use Nvidia’s RTX technology. Additionally, subscription users are prioritized. The games have yet to be purchased by the users themselves.