Apple Brings Apple Vision Pro’s App Store To The Web

The Apple Vision Pro App Store has been around for a few weeks at this point but there are still very few people who have had the chance to use one.

That means that the number of people who have been able to check out the apps that are available is also extremely limited, but there’s a new way for people to peruse the options after Apple released a new web-based version of the visionOS App Store.

This is the first time that Apple has offered the visionOS App Store available for browsing in this way and it includes all of the features that you’d expect, including information on individual apps and their developers. There’s also support for reading all of Apple’s curated collections including stories and categories.

The App Store is currently promoting a number of apps including apps that show information about TV shows and movies, an app to help people focus on tasks, and a way to watch YouTube and other media on any TV from a growing collection.

The new web-based App Store could be a big addition for people who don’t yet own the Apple Vision Pro but are evaluating whether it has the choice of apps they would need in order to make one a viable purchase.

With prices starting at $3,499 it’s an expensive headset and while Apple does offer a 14-day return window that might not be a route that people want to go down.

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