YouTube App Will Not be on Apple’s Vision Pro

YouTube app will not be on Apple’s Vision Pro.  Netflix is one of the companies already off, and Spotify on the other hand might just block its native app from working on the device as per reports from tech platform and website Bloomberg.

YouTube app on Apple’s Vision Pro

YouTube app on Apple’s Vision Pro

YouTube and Netflix won’t have native apps for the Vision Pro headset. According to Jessica Gibby, a YouTube spokesperson, users can access YouTube on the Vision Pro through Safari. Similarly, Netflix isn’t developing a dedicated app for the Vision Pro. Spotify is also unlikely to create a new app for the headset, potentially requiring users to use the web browser for access.

What the Absence of Native VisionOS Apps for the 46 Most Popular Apps on the App Store Means        

The absence of native VisionOS apps for the 46 most popular apps on the App Store at launch, as reported by MacStories, raises concerns. While some apps may still offer Vision Pro support through existing iPhone and iPad apps, the lack of native apps just before the Vision Pro launch is less than ideal. Google and Spotify have not yet responded to requests for comment.

The Vision Pro Will Launch with 3D Movies from Disney Plus

Despite these gaps, the Vision Pro will launch with 3D movies from Disney Plus and support for various streaming apps, including Amazon Prime Video, Max, Paramount Plus, Pluto TV, and Peacock, among others. However, the absence of dedicated Netflix and YouTube apps might impact the device’s appeal for users expecting a comprehensive immersive media experience.



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