PlayStation 4 games that were previously only playable on console devices and certain mobile devices, can now be played on a number of iOS-based devices.
This good news comes after Sony released the Remote Play application on the Apple App Store, which means it allows iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices to play PS4 games on their devices.
“Finally !! Thank you very much,” Justin Michael Suero, a nationalist who might also be a fan of PS4 games commented on the release of Remote Play for iOS.
This PS4 for iOS comes more than four years after Sony presented Remote Play introduced on the Xperia Z3, and later on Android devices as well as Windows PC and Mac. Long before that, aside from the PS4, those games can only be played on PS Vita.
With the presence of Remote Play on the iOS system, Apple mobile users can now play PS4 games wherever there is an internet connection or Wi-Fi at high speed. However, not all games can be played for free, many games are paid to be able to play them.
Users can also add controllers that can be connected with a USB cable to the device or connect a mobile device to a larger screen.