Nvidia GeForce Now is about to get a bit easier to use on a computer. Next year, GeForce Now is expanding to Google Chrome, allowing gameplay with nothing more than a new browser tab.
Alongside its arrival on iOS today, Nvidia is also announcing a few new changes coming to GeForce Now. The platform is rolling out some quality-of-life improvements, preparing to add support for the GOG game store, and bringing its service to new countries as well.
In there, create a new user-agent string (call it GeForce Now or Chrome OS, for example) and enter the following text: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; CrOS aarch64 13099.85.0) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like. Nvidia GeForce Now is about to get a bit easier to use on a computer. Next year, GeForce Now is expanding to Google Chrome, allowing gameplay with nothing more than a new browser tab. Nvidia’s GeForce Now game streaming service has launched for the Chrome web browser and M1 Macs in beta (via XDA-Developers), bringing resource intensive games to laptops and other devices that. But, now everyone can use NVIDIA GeForce, as all of them use Chrome browsers in Windows or Mac. All the users can play games by using Nvidia GeForce in the browser. To use this service you must open a Chrome browser and visit site to get the 2.0.27 update.
Nvidia is also bringing its webRTC-based browser experience to all devices using Google Chrome next year. The browser version of GeForce Now won’t be quite as capable as the desktop app you can install on Windows, but Nvidia says it’s pretty close. The experience should closely mirror what Chromebook owners have had access to for the past several months. That client has already managed to capture 10% of GeForce Now’s total gameplay in just a few months, too.
When this browser version of GeForce Now does arrive — Nvidia estimates Q1 2021 — it’ll work on Linux, Windows, and Mac as well as supporting Android devices. As we’ve seen with Google Stadia, accessing game streaming with nothing more than a browser is a great way to make games more accessible, so it’s great to see Nvidia expanding its offering.
Update 1/29: In a changelog quietly posted this week, Nvidia announced that GeForce Now has launched for Chrome browsers. As expected, this is exclusive to Chrome but also only works on Windows and macOS devices.
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In 2.0.27 we are adding beta support for the Google Chrome browser, which will enable millions more prospective new PC gamers to easily play the latest games on Windows and macOS. (ChromeOS is already supported.) Other platforms may work, but are unsupported. Just point your Chrome browser to https://play.geforcenow.com to get started!
Nvidia has also opened the service to Apple’s new M1 Macbooks as well as making it possible for iOS users to share direct links to games in other apps such as iMessage. Neo geo roms not working mame.
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You don't need to install the Windows desktop app anymore if you're using Chrome.
What you need to know
- NVIDIA GeForce Now allows you to access PC games you own through the cloud on other machines and mobile devices.
- Following browser support for Chrome OS and iOS, the service can now be accessed in the Chrome browser on Windows 10.
- Edge not officially supported yet.
NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming platform has been available through the browser for a while now since it launched on Chromebooks and more recently on iOS. Officially, on Windows 10, you've needed to use the desktop app, though a bit of browser trickery proved successful. That's no longer required as GeForce Now is officially supported now in Google Chrome on Windows 10 and on macOS.
'In 2.0.27 we are adding beta support for the Google Chrome browser, which will enable millions more prospective new PC gamers to easily play the latest games on Windows and macOS. (ChromeOS is already supported.) Other platforms may work, but are unsupported.'
Edge users might be licking their lips at this since usually Chrome support for something means it'll work in the newest version of Microsoft's browser. Sadly, this isn't the case, and official support for Edge is still missing at this time.
In most cases the web app is just the same to use as the desktop app and can even be installed as a PWA. The desktop app still has a few more features on tap, but it's one less thing to install at least.
Also new with the expanded Chrome support it's now easier to share games with friends through social media, as well as an easy way to create bookmarks and desktop shortcuts to your favorite games for quicker access.
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