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Apple Rejected Valve Steam Link App Due To Guideline Violations

2 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Valve confirmed a couple of weeks ago that it's going to launch the Steam Link mobile app to enable PC games to stream games from their computers to their mobile devices. The app is a lready available for Android users in beta but the iOS release couldn't go through because Apple rejected the app. A few days passed with no explanation from the company about why it had rejected the app and now Apple's marketing chief Phil Schiller has explained why the company didn't allow the app on the App Store.
Schiller explained in an email to those who reached out to the company to ask why the app...
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Apple Stiff-Arms Steam, But the Reasons Aren't Hard to Figure Out

Apple Stiff-Arms Steam, But the Reasons Aren't Hard to Figure Out

2 monthes ago   |   By iPad Insight

In case you haven't already heard, earlier this week Apple reversed an earlier approval of Steam's Steam Link app for iOS and tvOS, and has now rejected it based on what was initially termed as “business conflicts with app guidelines.” Well, whoever in marketing or PR at Apple dropped that line should think before they speak, because most of the controversy surrounding this decision is based on that poorly-worded quote.
Despite the protests from Steam, I don't think there is any real mystery in this decision from Apple. When you look below the surface, this situation is similar to other...
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