Oculus VR launched the beta of its content sharing platform today, Oculus Share, which allows developers targeting the upcoming virtual reality headset to self-publish, discover, download and play other developer's Oculus-supported games.
Oculus Share has been described as a kind of app store platform that improves discoverability of apps, and also allows developers to provide feedback to each other, tip them in cash and see how others are using the virtual reality technology.
"One of the main goals in building Share was to help developers on all these fronts by creating a centralized community portal for Oculus content," Oculus VR wrote in a blog post. "And while it's simply a sharing service today, over the coming months we'll work toward making Share an incredible marketplace for Oculus-ready games, experiences and applications."
The beta for Oculus Share is now live.