HTC has launched Viveport, an app store for its Virtual Reality (VR) headset Vive, which is worth $800. The store not only comes with a lot of games but also features a lot of interesting categories including the education, design, art, social, video, music, sports, health, fashion, travel, news, shopping, creativity tools and more.
The owners of the HTC Vive can directly purchase and run apps and games through the Steam. Presently. The service is available in some 30 countries. HTC is also offering a discount that will be available for 48 hours and will let people buy some premium titles for $1 only.
“We believe Viveport is the place where customers will start their journey into new virtual reality experiences. Now, fans in over 30 countries will join us on a fantastic voyage, as they get to experience amazing VR Apps published by the best content creators in the industry. In addition to debuting new Viveport Premieres, we are also rewarding our community with a special 48-hour launch celebration, where several marquee titles will be available for a special price of $1,” said Rikard Steiber, president of Viveport.
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Moreover, the store will also house a Viveport Community where users can communicate with other VR users and can also watch streaming media with the new web browser extension.
Virtual Reality is the next generation of digital technologies, and a lot of people from many countries including Pakistan are taking a keen interest in it. The launch of HTC’s app store will surely enable its fans to download the latest VR-based apps and games easily and quickly.