One of the appealing aspects of NVIDIA’s GeForce Now streaming service is that it was priced at $5 a month. This made it pretty affordable, but now it looks like if you did not sign up before, you’ll have to pay a higher price of $10 a month which will be applicable to all new subscribers moving forwards.
If you’re one of the early adopters of Apple’s new M1 Mac computers, you might be interested to learn that NVIDIA has recently updated its GeForce Now game streaming app where it will now be officially supported on the M1 chipset.
If you’re looking to check out a game streaming service, one thing to consider is its availability. For those who are looking for a service that offers a wide array of choices when it comes to streaming, then NVIDIA’s GeForce Now might be worth your consideration, especially with the latest update to the service.
While Apple has relaxed its rules regarding game streaming services on its iOS devices, it is still somewhat restrictive as it would require companies to individually submit the games that would be playable through the service. The idea is that Apple wants to ensure that the games meets its own set of rules and regulations.
A couple of years ago, Valve attempted to launch its Steam Link app on the iPhone, but it was rejected. For those who are unfamiliar, Steam Link was basically a game streaming app that allowed gamers to stream Steam games from their accounts to their mobile devices. Apple cited App Store guideline violations as a reason why they rejected the app.
When NVIDIA’s GeForce Now first launched, it was off to a great start where many praised the streaming service. However, in the months that followed, the platform started to lose publishers as some of the bigger names pulled out and stopped licensing their games to the platform, making it less appealing each time.
When NVIDIA’s GeForce Now game streaming service first launched out of the beta, many had praised the service saying that this is what Google Stadia should have been. However, it seems that since the service’s release, it looks like GeForce Now is losing games rather quickly.
NVIDIA’s GeForce Now streaming service lets users stream games on their PC and Mac. The company offered a similar service with the same name for its Shield set-top box as well but it didn’t offer the full experience like it did on PCs. The company said last month that it would upgrade the GeForce Now service for the device in the coming months and that update has been announced today. […]
NVIDIA launched GeForce Now in 2015 after testing its GRID game streaming technology for a few years. As the name suggests, the service enables NVIDIA console owners to stream a variety of PC games provided that they have a good internet connection and are paying monthly for the service. There’s good news for GeForce Now members as the company has decided to make GeForce Now free for the NVIDIA Shield.