In a piece of good news for all Mac users, it is being speculated that Google will soon bring its popular apps and games to Mac devices, after the recent availability that was introduced on Windows 11.
According to a confidential Google presentation the tech giant has plans to bring its popular Android apps and games to Mac. “Games Future” is an internal “Google Confidential” presentation that was made public as a result of the Apple and Epic Games lawsuit. Produced by the Google Play division, the presentation was first seen and reported by The Verge.
The presentation provides a roadmap of what the company wants to accomplish in gaming by 2025. Besides taking a redacted/unspecified percentage of the lucrative $35-50 billion industry, it wants to “avoid erosion on mobile.” Google will offer “full-spectrum developer services for game making.” This includes cloud services that make it easier to host large tournaments, and payments solutions like crowdfunding.
According to the material, Google first wants to bring emulated, native, and streaming games to Windows first, and then move on to Mac as well in order to gain a wider reach.
Although an official announcement regarding the matter is to be made, the presentation goes on to show that efforts to bring popular Google apps to Mac are underway.