Apple Vision Pro App Store is now available for viewing in web browsers

On Friday, Apple launched a web version of the Apple Vision Pro App Store, giving non-owners the ability to see that apps are available and recently added to Vision Pro's nascent but growing library.

For those looking for Apple Vision Pro or just curious about what's new, the App Store is now available for Apple's latest hardware addition.

The new app store for the headset, discovered by 9to5Mac, is available on Apple's main website. Like other Apple showcases, it includes new additions, stories about featured apps, and what Apple considers “Hot This Week,” among other sections.

As with the iPhone, iPad, and Mac app stores, each app page includes screenshots showing how the app looks on Vision Pro. There are also “What's New” sections with the latest version, ratings and reviews, as well as information about app privacy and in-app purchases, just like other app stores.

The store also features a curated collection of apps for business, education, health, fitness, productivity and entertainment. Recently a new application has appeared – the free Windora, which allows you to add virtual windows to the walls through which you can see panoramic views — either from Windora's library or from your own images.

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