Mixer Create on iOS has, until now, been limited to streaming games that supported Apple's ReplayKit technology. These were few and far between, rendering the app mostly useless to keen mobile gamers.
That's now changed with the latest update, or rather it has as long as you're running iOS 11.
The latest public build now has the ability to use the iOS 11 screen recording feature to enable streaming of any game you can play on your iPhone or iPad. If you're not on iOS 11, sorry, you're still limited as before.
It's a great feature to finally have, and with some of the stellar titles available on iOS right now, it should make for some tasty Mixer streams.
Grab it for free from the App Store at the link below.
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