Multi-App Launcher is a 2D app launcher that displays a grid of content apps installed via ArborXR that have been “whitelisted” via the dashboard. This allows end users to launch into content themselves while preventing them from accessing other apps installed on the device.
With this improvement users can upload an OBB file alongside their APK. When users deploy a content app that contains an OBB onto a device, the OBB will automatically be deployed alongside the APK. Note that the APK and its associated OBB must be in the same zipped folder in order for ArborXR to process the upload.
Multi-Organization functionality enables you to create multiple organizations and easily toggle between them, thereby allowing you to securely group devices, content apps and users.
This product improvement is relevant for users with multiple device types. If a user selects multiple devices, and if multiple device types are represented in their selection, users will be prompted to edit device settings (like Kiosk Mode) on a per device type basis. For example, users will manage device settings for Pico Neo 2 separately from managing device settings for Oculus Quest.
This product improvement is relevant for users with multiple device types and ensures users deploy content apps to the correct device types. For example, this will prevent a content app built for Pico Neo 2 from being deployed onto an Oculus Quest.
This product improvement is relevant for users with multiple device types. By specifying the device type a content app is compatible with users can ensure they deploy content apps to the correct device types.
This product improvement allows users to directly upload APK content files to ArborXR, removing the need to zip/compress those content files first.
Added functionality to ArborXR to increase visibility into the status of your content. Content apps queued for uninstall will continue to show in the tables within the Device and Content App details pages until the content app is successfully uninstalled. The Status column in these tables will show the following real time messages: Uninstall Pending, Uninstall Acknowledged and Uninstall %.
Once uninstalled the row representing the content app will disappear.
Role based access control system that allows admins to control the level of access of other users to their ArborXR organization.
Users will now receive an error message if there was an issue with a content file upload. For example, if ArborXR detects the uploaded APK was corrupted, if the package name was changed, or if an unsupported file type (e.g. OBBs, 360 video files) was uploaded, users will receive an email notifying them of the issue. In addition, if an unsupported file type like a 360 video file or OBB file is uploaded, users will receive an email notifying them that only APKs are supported.