22 February 2021
NVIDIA's GeForce Now is one of the well-known video game streaming platforms available out there. It is just a few days shy of completing a year since its public release on a number of devices. And now, NVIDIA has announced that GeForce Now can be used on Apple's M1-powered MacBook notebooks and Google Chrome browser.
Starting with MacBook devices, the GeForce Now works with all those models that are powered by the new M1 chipset. A user will simply need to install the official macOS application to get started. The newly added support means that the game streaming service is now compatible with all types of Apple products. It added iPhone and iPad compatibility towards the end of the last year.
Google Chrome browser is another new way of streaming and enjoying games available on GeForce Now. It is assumed to work with any device that offers Chrome web browser but if we talk about the official announcement, it is supported only by the PC and Mac versions. NVIDIA has said that it could work with other operating systems as well but is not officially supported yet. It means if you use Linux, you could give it a try to check for yourself.
A user will simply need to visit the GeForce Now website on the Chrome browser. If it is your first time, you will have to register for an account and you will be good to go. The service is already quite popular among gamers and with newly added devices, it should attract more users.