HTC will be launching a virtual reality app store called the HTC Viveport which is an alternative to the Steam catalog of Vive virtual reality. It was launched in China (where Stream is not popular as a platform) earlier this year. Now they are launching a beta version for a worldwide release.
Developers can register for the beta version on Vive’s Developers Portal Page. If you are a developer, you can register on its website and get your wares in Viveport. The platform will feature pay-to-download, in-app purchases, subscriptions, and more revenue generating opportunity.
The store will be available across multiple platforms, ranging from desktop, mobile app, and an in-VR catalog connected to Vive Home (which is a virtual environment created by HTC).
“We believe virtual reality is going to change the world,” says HTC Vive senior vice president Rikard Stelber. While Cher Wang, CEO of HTC said, “Our mission is to unleash human imagination from the limitations of reality, and Viveport will be an important cornerstone in democratizing access to the world’s most diverse selection of immersive experiences.”
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