Liteboxer VR, the popular fitness and boxing platform that lets you step into the virtual ring, is going to offer its app completely free of charge. Meta Quest (formerly Oculus Quest) owners can enjoy intense sweat sessions without having to use a debit card.
When it comes to finding quality fitness apps for the Quest VR headset, you’ll soon find that all apps are paid or come only with a 7-day free trial followed by a paid membership.
We recently reviewed the Liteboxer VR experience (along with its full-size real boxing machine) and loved everything Liteboxer brings into our workout routine.
And while the Liteboxer VR app originally cost $18.99 a month when it first launched, the company will transform it into a freemium app on May 5. This means you can enjoy intense workouts in the metaverse completely free of charge.
You’ll need a Meta Quest 2 to try out the free Liteboxer VR app, and now there are optional upgrades and a paid tier system for those looking to ramp up their workouts. With the Liteboxer VR Basic subscription (free) you get access to a wide selection of specially designed exercises and music. If you like what it has to offer, the company hopes users will upgrade to a premium plan.
In short, if you are looking for an excellent free Meta Quest fitness app, this is worth a try. Since nearly 30 million people have a Quest 2 and only five fitness apps are available, you don’t want to miss this one.
In addition, Liteboxer confirmed to ReviewGeek that it is also launching a new “Mitt feature” for users. This paid level allows you to train and interact with a real trainer. No voiceovers, no pre-recorded content, a real trainer. That way, users can get technique tips and coaching from Liteboxer’s best trainers.
Those looking to work up a sweat and enjoy full-body workouts can try the new freemium version of the Liteboxer VR app starting May 5.