Joz from Apple said on Twitter tonight that “apps designed specifically for Vision Pro” have surpassed 1,000. The company previously said just a couple weeks ago that there were 600 when the product initially launched at the beginning of this month. [h/t to MacRumors]
A few years ago, I discovered a weather app so sassy that I just had to have it. That app was CARROT. I got my friends on it and everything. We have a Discord channel dedicated to just sharing some of the unhinged crap the sentient app bot spits out at us. It has even spawned some absolutely hilarious inside jokes for my friends and I, too! We love it!
Well, the developer behind it has brought it to Apple Vision Pro, and it’s really nicely designed. It is worth checking out, even if you don’t have an Apple Vision Pro! It’s just that pretty!
Also, download CARROT. You won’t regret it. Such a good weather app!
Just a heads up… Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that “the first wave of non-curated” reviews for Apple Vision Pro will release tomorrow, since the headset launches on the 2nd of February (Friday). I’m excited for the concept and how it potentially pushes the industry forward–though not the headset itself because of that price tag. That’ll get better as it ages, though!
I’m more curious how they’re going to show things from the headset–is there a way to screen record within visionOS? There’s a lot of questions I have as well about visionOS that I hope get answered in some of these reviews.