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Nvidia’s $4.99 a month gaming service added Safari support in November. Now it’s added Chrome.
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Nvidia this week added Chrome browser support for its game streaming service GeForce Now. According to release notes, beta support for GeForce Now gaming on Google’s browser is now available for Windows and Mac users.
GeForce Now via Chrome browser has also added a way to create bookmarks and shortcuts for your favorite games. To do this, just click on a game to open the details, select +Shortcut and create a shortcut on your desktop.
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Nvidia says you can also share a URL for games on Chrome with friends:
- Click on a game to open the details options
- Copy the URL shown in your browser
- Share the URL via social media, messaging platform or email, and they’ll be invited to play with you.
The $4.99 a month gaming service launched last year, with Nvidia making GeForce Now available through Apple’s Safari browser in November.