TikTok now available as a spatial app on Apple Vision Pro

Apple Vision Pro- Apple Inc’s latest mixed-reality headset was made available for purchase from the beginning of this month. This device blends digital content with the physical space the users is present in. It was expected that very soon YouTube and Netflix will be available on the device so that the users can stream their favorite content also.

But TikTok becomes the first to grab this opportunity, as TikTok is now available as a spatial app on Apple Vision Pro.

The layout of the app is a bit different than the original one. In the above image it is showcased that the like, share, comment, save options are not overlapping the reel whereas users can also go through the comments, explore creator profiles while watching a video simultaneously. As mentioned in the official announcement, users can experience their “For You” feed in an entirely new way through this device.

The app’s available for download through the Vision Pro’s app store, users can download the app and enjoy the immersive experience of watching short videos on the Apple Vision Pro.

In the coming days, apps like Youtube or Netflix, which are currently unavailable on Apple Vision Pro, might also be made available. Though there is an app called Juno available to watch YouTube videos on the Apple Vision Pro.




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