Gamers can now enjoy Minecraft from the PC to any iOS device via the App Store. Minecraft developer Mojang AB has released a new version for iOS 8.0 or later, which should be compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
The latest version 1.2.5 of Minecraft brings new ways to stream. In fact, you can make an interactive button and allow viewers to play with you on Mixer. This is where you can directly stream from the game with other users.
Mixer is also available for iOS devices on the App Store. It allows viewers to get into the game worlds of the streamer via a window. Thus, it can give viewers the ability to do anything, such as generating the terrain for a particular level or even strike lightning down.
The Minecraft session becomes interactive via Mixer support to modify its aspects. Thus, viewers have the chance to change environmental conditions or vote on spawning objects and enemies. Moreover, it enables them to turn day into night or vice versa.
Moreover, Minecraft on iOS is available for cross-platform multiplayer. This enable users to play with friends on other devices or consoles. The most recent systems from Microsoft and Nintendo should be compatible, together with computers running Windows 10. This excludes Sony, which is yet to assure support for its own hardware.
Players on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, VR, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Xbox One, and Xbox One X will be able to play Minecraft along with each other. This omits Sony PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4.
The “Better Together” update has made this possible for all other platforms to enjoy playing the game together. You can download iOS version of Minecraft Pocket Edition from the App Store and start enjoying the game on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.