Miro (Oculus Quest)

Miro (Oculus Quest)

VR Shop – Bronze Award

Price at Time Of Review: Free (Signup Required)
Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement)
Genre: Tool/App
Supported Controllers: Oculus Touch
Best Playing Position: Standing, Sitting, Roomscale
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG

Description: Miro unlocks creativity with:

– An infinite canvas to help you ideate, strategize, get organized, and work with your team without constraints
– Whiteboarding tools like sticky notes, a pen, shapes, arrows, and smart drawing that let you easily co-create
– 200+ best-practice templates to help you easily facilitate brainstorming, Agile rituals, design-thinking activities, and strategic planning
– Integrations with your favourite tools including Dropbox, Box, Google Suite, JIRA, Slack, and Sketch to streamline your workflows and see the big picture of your projects




Review: The biggest issue I have with apps like ‘Miro’ is that there are so many free apps that offer the same things, if not better that it makes it hard for any networking app to breakthrough. There is nothing here that would justify the subscription fee, but you can at least take a look at the basics of it for free. ‘Miro’ sadly offers almost nothing in terms of virtual workspace and certainly nothing you can’t get elsewhere for free making this perfectly workable, but yet shallow app instantly forgettable.


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