When it comes to Oculus app content, we’re familiar with the Oculus storefront and its strict curation. This is the way we ensure the quality of apps and games high, and prevent low-quality games from making it through. This also makes it difficult for independent developers to make their VR content on the Oculus platform.

Oculus introduced the “App Lab” as a method to address this issue. It lets independent developers publish their VR content in an official place without having to undergo the rigorous curation of the Oculus Storefront. The App Lab is similar to the traditional Oculus storefront in that you can browse and download apps in the same way you would on a traditional storefront however it’s https://renderingwithstyle.com/oculus-app-content-to-be-able-to-use-oculus-rift/ not curation-driven.

If your app does well in the App Lab, it might be pushed to the official Oculus storefront, where it’ll gain more attention and an even larger audience. However it’s not based solely on the number of downloads, but also on things like retention metrics along with long-term profitability, development team, etc.

If you’re looking to explore the full range of Oculus Quest apps, we suggest you turn on developer mode on your Meta headset and then try App Lab. There are a lot of fun games and experiences to be found, including some well-known non-games such as Tilt Brush, which turns your headset into a virtual art studio. There are many cool VR media apps such as Quill Theater, which showcases incredible community-created movies and animations.