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Xbox Cloud Gaming has managed to natively roll out on a lot of devices so far, but on Apple products, it's only been accessible through browsers. Fortunately, this may change in the future - with the iPhone maker announcing developers are now able to "submit a single app with the capability to stream all the games offered in their catalog".

As highlighted by Windows Central, this essentially clears the path for not only Xbox Cloud Gaming (and Game Pass) but also the NVIDIA GeForce Now service, which also offers multiple Xbox games. Here's exactly what Apple had to say in an official update on its website:

"Today, Apple is introducing new options for how apps globally can deliver in-app experiences to users, including streaming games and mini-programs. Developers can now submit a single app with the capability to stream all of the games offered in their catalog."

Apple goes on to mention how "Apps will also be able to provide enhanced discovery opportunities for streaming games". Keep in mind, there's no guarantee of Xbox or NVIDIA's service coming to Apple devices just yet as App offerings, but if we hear any developments on this front we'll be sure to let you know.

Xbox has already rolled out its cloud gaming service across multiple devices. Late last month, it even launched in VR with a new Meta Quest App.

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