Valve's Steam Link app is now available on iOS and Apple TV devices, almost a year after Apple initially rejected it because of "business conflicts." Steam Link allows you to transfer your existing library of PC games to other devices on the same network; The application is the replacement of Valve for a discontinuous transmission frame that now bears the same name.
The news comes days after the Supreme Court ruled that Apple must face an antitrust lawsuit related to alleged monopolistic practices around the App Store. However, it is notable that the new iOS application Steam Link does not allow users to buy games from the Steam store, unlike Android.
Banning an application that transmitted games that had already been purchased on another platform seemed difficult to justify within the scope of the Apple App Store rules, especially because those rules were updated to accommodate similar remote mirroring applications last summer. However, Valve eliminated the great functionality of the Steam Link backups in June, so it is not clear why Apple took so long to approve the application.