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Oculus Quest v29 May update adds your iPhone to VR and 7 other new features

Don't worry, Android support is coming soon. What you need to know iOS users can connect their devices to their Oculus Quest to receive notifications and calls without leaving VR. The original Oculus Quest now supports multi-user and app sharing, so multiple people can use one headset with individual profiles. Facebook has also added new sharing features, including a virtual overlay for streamers, a Files app for better storage management, additional Infinite Office features for working in VR, and even tweaks to Oculus Store curation. If you're an Oculus Quest or Oculus Quest 2 user, you've come to expect big monthly updates. Facebook's support of its headsets has been legendary, regularly adding new features every month that make the most affordable VR headset even more attractive. The Oculus Quest v29 May update is adding another slew of features — 8 in total — as well as big changes to Oculus Store curation and the addition of featured apps for developers.

Need a replacement Touch Controller for the Oculus Quest?

Best answer: Yes, you can order replacement Touch Controllers for your Oculus Quest 2 or Oculus Quest directly from Oculus. You can also purchase them separately if you've only lost or broken one Touch Controller. Controlling the left: Quest 2 Replacement Controller (Left) ($69 at Oculus) Controlling the right: Quest 2 Replacement Controller (Right) ($69 at Oculus) Controlling the left: Oculus Quest Touch Left-hand Controller ($69 at Oculus) Controlling the right: Oculus Quest Touch Right-hand Controller ($69 at Oculus) Staying in touch The Touch Controllers are some of the most important components of the Oculus Quest 2 and Oculus Quest , and are certainly the best Oculus Quest 2 accessories . They allow you to interact with Oculus Quest games , apps, and the headset's interface. Everything from Beat Saber to the Settings menu can be controlled with a Touch Controller. The Touch Controllers that ship with the original Oculus Quest are not as robust as previous v

Eleven Table Tennis just joined the full library of Oculus Quest games

Oculus Quest is Facebook's last piece of hardware in its first generation of VR devices. It has six degrees of freedom, movement tracking so you can game throughout an area and two Touch Controllers, which facilitate a wide range of gameplay. The Oculus Quest now has over 100 games available, ranging from first-person shooters to musical saber swinging titles. We marked the latest titles with "new," and at the top of the list, so you can keep track of all the latest games. New titles Available now Supported Oculus Go games Confirmed future titles Teased future titles New Ping pong Eleven Table Tennis New Eleven is a table tennis game that focuses on realistic physics. The team behind the game is very active on the game's Discord channel and is focused on improving game physics and realism. We were in the beta for this one, and it feels so real we dove for a ball and hit a table. $20 at Oculus Move that body! OhShape New You can get a f