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Apple still hasn't approved Steam Link for iOS.
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Steam Link could finally be arriving soon.
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Valve makes controversial decision to ‘allow everything’ in Steam Store

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Steam Link could finally be arriving soon.
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Valve is making a huge change that’s going to have a massive impact on the content you see in the Steam Store. The company is doing away with human curation and allowing everything to be sold through its platform.

Valve says it should be up to players to decide what kinds of games they play, while developers should have the freedom to choose what kinds of games they make. However, it will be creating new tools that give shoppers greater control over what appears in their Steam Store.

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What Steam Link would have looked like on iPhone.
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Apple still hasn't approved Steam Link for iOS.
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Steam Link lets you play PC games on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV

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Steam Link iPhone iPad Apple TV
Apple still hasn't approved Steam Link for iOS.
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You can now play your PC game library anywhere around your home without being weighed down by a chunky gaming laptop. The official Steam Link app lets you enjoy your favorite Steam games on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.

You’ll be able to play with a Steam Controller, MFi controller, or a range of other gamepads supported by Steam.

Last Chance! Borderlands 2: A Killer Gaming Experience For Mac [Deals]

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Gaming on the Mac got a whole lot better once Steam (by the fine folks at Valve) entered the equation. With the addition of this gaming portal, game development for the Mac rose to new heights, with games like Portal and others that were previously not as easy to port over to OS X becoming available.

Borderlands 2 is an example of one such game, and Cult of Mac Deals has it for $11.99 for a limited time [ends tonight at midnight!].

Valve Founder: We Must Establish Steam Box Before Apple Takes Over The Living Room

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Valve co-founder Gabe Newell has revealed that he sees Apple TV as more of a threat to the Steam Box than consoles like the Xbox or PlayStation. The Cupertino company has an “obvious pathway” into the living room with its platform, Newell told students at the University of Texas — and competitors must try to establish themselves before Apple does something about it.