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Google plans to create a YouTube application for Android, according to reports. Apple Vision Pro. The Verge You can find out more about this by clicking here. a YouTube spokesperson confirmed the company’s plans to make a native Vision Pro app, while it optimizes YouTube for Safari as a stopgap. The U-turn was made after developer Christian Selig launched an unofficial YouTube for Safari app. Apple’s $3,500 headset.
“We’re excited to see Vision Pro launch and we’re supporting it by ensuring YouTube users have a great experience in Safari,”Jessica Gibby, the spokesperson for YouTube, reportedly wrote an email to The Verge’s Nilay Patel. “We do not have any specific plans to share at this time, but can confirm that a Vision Pro app is on our roadmap.”
Vision Pro Launching with more than 600 native appsYouTube has said that it will be launching a new version of its service on January 19. had no plans for a Vision Pro app. (Netflix ist Another high-profile holdout.) A YouTube spokesperson told Engadget in the past that it had no plans to release its iPad app on the visionOS Store. Porting iPad apps is the (relatively) quick and easy way for developers to get their software onto Apple’s “spatial computing” device.
Something changed the company’s mind in the last two-and-a-half weeks. One theory is, despite its staggering $3,500 price, Apple’s mixed reality headset The start of the year is looking good as the company’s most loyal and deep-pocketed fans quickly scooped up pre-orders. Apple sold between 160,000 and 188,000 headsets, according to Ming-Chi Kuo.
Another theory is YouTube noticed that an independent developer was picking up its slack. Christian Selig is the creator of the Now-defunct Apollo for Reddit App, launched Unofficial third-party YouTube AppJuno was available from the start. Selig has significant trust and stature among Apple device users: He’s a former Apple developer and creator of one of iOS users’ favorite Reddit apps (before the company’s controversial API rulesEffectively, Most third-party Reddit applications have been killed).
“YouTube is probably one of the parts of the internet I consume the most, so I was more than a little sad when YouTube announced that they don’t have plans to build a visionOS app, and disabled the option to load the iPad app,”Selig explained in a statement last week that he was a blog post. “This leaves you with Safari, and the website is okay, but definitely doesn’t feel like a visionOS app.”
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