Apple Vision Pro App Store Updates: YouTube App Coming Soon

YouTube Claims an Apple Vision Pro App
The Apple Vision Pro App Store launched without key apps like Netflix, YouTube, and Spotify. However, a YouTube app may be added in the future, according to a statement provided to The Verge.
In January, YouTube stated that it had no plans to create specific apps for the Apple Vision Pro, the new spatial computing headset. Additionally, YouTube declared that its iPad apps would not be compatible with the device. However, the company quickly retracted its statement.
We’re excited to see Vision Pro launch and we’re supporting it by ensuring YouTube users have a great experience in Safari. We do not have any specific plans to share at this time, but can confirm that a Vision Pro app is on our roadmap.
The company didn’t provide a specific timeline for the app’s potential release, and it didn’t clarify whether its collection of 360 and VR videos would be compatible with Vision Pro. When questioned about YouTube’s 360 and 3D video content, Apple spokesperson Jackie Roy suggested that the quality of such content was insufficient.
“much of this content was created for devices that do not deliver a high-quality spatial experience. In some cases, this content could also cause motion discomfort. We’ve focused our efforts on delivering the best spatial media experience possible including spatial photos and videos, Apple Immersive Video, and 3D movies available on Apple TV.”
Even though Apple’s Vision Pro was only launched on February 2nd, there are already more than 600 native apps available for the device. If you’re interested, you can explore a teardown of the headset by following this link.
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