Owners of the Razer Forge TV are being greeted through a brand new app store these days made particularly for the set most sensible field. Well, type of. The app store — which has been dubbed “Cortex” — is technically a rebranded OUYA store (you understand, that failed Tegra 3-powered console that made a lot of noise a few years ago). You would possibly remember that while Razer purchased OUYA’s assets for an undisclosed amount earlier this year, and the newly rebranded Cortex recreation and app store as a result of that.
For the ones thinking about, all of the content material at the beginning to be had within the OUYA store has now been carried over to Cortex and developers all for publishing their apps can nonetheless use the unique OUYA ODK and “OUYA Everywhere” to post their video games to the Android TV console.
Cortex can be to be had after a snappy device update at the console and customers who enroll will obtain $10 credit score to shop for no matter what they prefer from the store. Keep in thoughts that — identical to the unique OUYA store — purchases aren’t shared with the Google Play Store. That way shopping for a recreation on Cortex doesn’t imply you’ll have get right of entry to to it in your different Android units or vice versa. Knowing that, we’d suggest sticking to the console unique titles.