Oculus keynote reveals native apps will arrive on Windows Phone
It looks like Oculus may be supporting native apps for its platform. In a keynote presentation, Oculus had shown off a slide revealing that native apps will be coming to Apple's iOS, Google's Android, and Microsoft's Windows Phone.
No additional details were given about the coming support for native apps for Oculus coming to Windows Phone, but when this happen, would you be excited at seeing more content coming? Let us know what your thoughts are.
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Shame the author of the article didn't care to explain.
What's the market for
most were developed by Indians.
Facebook don't have their own developers for every app they publish. every OS though have their group of developers to support the consumers.
And, I was wrong.. It's not ugly at all.. It's amazing.. It looks better in person than it does in pictures..