The revised Apple Store rules are not satisfactory to Microsoft
The revised Apple Store rules are not satisfactory to Microsoft

It appears that Microsoft is not satisfied with the revised Apple Store rules, as the iPhone maker has released new rules that allow for game-streaming services on (iOS) or (iPadOS) such as (xCloud) or (Stadia)).

Apple wants companies like Microsoft and Google to use their streaming technology to broadcast games as separate apps.

Microsoft is free to find indexing apps that aggregate and link all of these individual applications.

A Microsoft spokesperson said, "It's always a bad customer experience because players want to jump into the game straight from the star list in an app like a movie or song."

"Gamers don't want to download more than 100 apps from the cloud to play single player games. We strive to put players at the center of everything we do, and provide a great experience at the core of it," he added. Mission."

If Microsoft follows the revised Apple Store rules, that means every game streamed from (xCloud) to iPhone or iPad must comply with the usual Apple App Store rules, including 30%. Controversial in-app purchases.

This percentage is at the center of litigation between Apple and developer Fortnite (Epic Games) and has caught the attention of US and European regulators.

Microsoft consciously insists that the content of any streaming movie or title is not subject to the same restrictions as games.

Apple doesn't need Netflix, Spotify, or Disney Plus to cast every movie, TV show, or album to a separate app.

Apple deals with games differently in its app store, and the company has received many in-app purchases related to games.

Games (the App Store) and most of the major entertainment industries in the United States, and while the service is used, Apple did not face serious competition in the industry (Apple Arcade).

Microsoft's statement did not include any information on how to resume work on (xCloud) under revised Apple Store rules. As long as the two companies are willing to pay for it, they can open Microsoft or Google for some kinds of games. Door.

Next week, Microsoft is preparing to launch its game streaming service, formerly known as (xCloud), as part of (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate).

The game streaming service will be launched on September 15 in 22 countries / regions, but only for Android smartphones and tablets.

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