Today we introduced a new feature in the Oculus Developer Center: hardware reports. These dashboards will display information about our product ecosystem, everything from the distribution of GPUs to the most common languages we see. This has been a much-requested developer feature and we're excited to roll this out to support better content development. With these insights, developers will be able to target the right devices, with the right languages, and create a higher quality experience for their users.
It's important to note we're not monitoring data any differently, and all of this is, and will remain, anonymized and aggregated. If you want to brush up on how we use data to improve our services, be sure to check out our Terms of Service (https://www.oculus.com/legal/terms-of-service/
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