You’ve probably seen the trailer for Saro Life, a new app that will allow you to manage your daily schedule in the form of a virtual reality headset.
And while the app has a pretty compelling premise, it’s far from the first to create a VR-only lifestyle app.
While you might think you’ve seen everything, a growing number of VR-based apps are actually just apps for VR.
From fitness apps to cooking apps, they’re a lot like VR-specific fitness apps, and they all have their own unique aesthetic and unique features.
Here are some of the best apps to try out for your next VR vacation.1.
The Sirocast VR Fitness app The Srocast app lets you track your fitness data with an integrated GPS tracking system, and then share that data with friends.
You can also track the progress of each workout in real-time using an interactive timer, and upload your workouts to your personal Fitbit account.
The app even integrates with the Oculus Touch controller for real-world tracking.
The SroCast app is free to download and you can use the tracking sensor to track your progress over time.
The tracking system is very accurate, but it is limited in its accuracy.
This means that tracking won’t always be as accurate as it could be.
This limitation is particularly noticeable in the first month or so of the app, as the app’s tracking accuracy improves.
The downside to the Sro-cast app is that it doesn’t include a lot of advanced functionality, such as a built-in camera.