New users of the Headjack VR app creation tool can now create and share their first VR app for free, without a watermark.
Creating a VR app isn’t particularly easy. But that’s something Headjack wants to change.
Headjack is a tool to create white-labelled multi-platform VR apps, with no coding required.
Previously, the app creation tool had been available for free, but final apps for users on the free trial contained a watermark. Today, Headjack has announced that users can create and share their first VR app without a watermark.
“We realized that the watermark also stopped many users from giving Headjack a serious try, since the watermark prevented people from actually using their apps in the field,” writes Headjack in a recent blog post. “We want our users to become intimately familiar with the platform and how it works, come to trust its fast and convenient workflow, and experience its wide variety of use cases. On top of that, having a royal free plan means more users who can give us feedback to bring Headjack to the next level.”
Alongside this change, Headjack added its “cinema feature” to all of its plans so users can control multiple VR devices at a distance. With the free plan, this feature is limited to only one device, with the pro plan offering control of up to 3 devices and studio and agency plans, an unlimited amount.
The tool also now prefills every new Headjack account with example content to make it easier to test out the platform from the very start.
Last fall, Radiant Images announced a partnership with Headjack, offering Radiant Images rental customers three months of free access to the tool.
Currently, the pro plan costs $199 per month, the studio plan, $359, and the agency plan, $699.