You Can Now Browse Vision Pro Apps on the Web

Apple today made the visionOS App Store available on the web, giving Vision Pro users and prospective owners a way to see what apps are available for the device.

Vision Pro Apps Feature
As noted by 9to5Mac, Vision Pro apps can be viewed by going to the ‌App Store‌ for Apple Vision Pro web page. Apple has dedicated sections for apps and games, along with a separate tab for Apple Arcade games that can be used on Vision Pro.

Apps are organized into the same categories that are available on the Vision Pro, such as What's New, Hot This Week, iPhone and iPad Games for Vision Pro, and Don't Miss. Apps can also be viewed by type, with Apple organizing them into options like Weather, Utility, Entertainment, Sports, Productivity, and more.

The option to view available Vision Pro apps gives those without the headset a central location to check out the available software before deciding whether to make a purchase. Vision Pro apps have been listed individually on the ‌App Store‌ website since launch, but until now, there was no way to get an overview of all available content except on the Vision Pro itself.

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Top Rated Comments

Surf Monkey Avatar
5 weeks ago
This is a pretty poor selection of apps as far as I can tell. I don’t see much true AR content at all. Just a lot of floating windows.
Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Surf Monkey Avatar
5 weeks ago

We’re still at the point where unique use cases are being discovered. This is the iPhone all over again. Except this time, people’s attention spans and level of patience are at an all time low. The product will mature faster than most people expect.
No, this isn’t iPhone. That comparison isn’t valid. There is no world in which Apple sells as many of these as iPhones. There’s no world where your mom owns and regularly uses a Vision. None.

The suggestion that the average person wants to put one of these on for any extended period of time is fantastical ideation IMO. Even if it becomes significantly smaller it’s not the kind of thing that will catch on with the general public.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
turbineseaplane Avatar
5 weeks ago
The mainstream population has zero interest in strapping on a headset for any length of time

Not sure how long it’s going to take some folks to realize this
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Polinsky Avatar
5 weeks ago

The fact that you need a webpage to help you determine what apps to download speaks volumes about the true lack of apps available for AVP. ?‍♂️
What????? That may be the most illogical and nonsensical statement I've seen in a very long time. Are the AVP haters getting desperate for new material?
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jz0309 Avatar
5 weeks ago

Because finding apps on AVP is difficult? Or is it simply because the AVP lacks so many apps? Compare this to a Mac or an iPhone…just imagine if a webpage was the most helpful way in finding apps for those devices…
What are you on about? It gives those of us who are interested in the VPro a way to see what apps are there.
If you don’t want a VPro, easy choice for you
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Surf Monkey Avatar
5 weeks ago

Tell me you didn’t use the iPhone in the early days without telling me you didn’t use the iPhone in the early days.
I was going to say this exact same thing. If y’all recall, ALL iPhone apps were Web apps initially and Apple did in fact have a Web page to browse them. Even once the App Store launched Apple continued to maintain a Web interface to it.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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