How to Share Apps on Oculus Quest 2: A Guide to Multi-User Support

Turn on app sharing in the Quest 2 settings Turn your headset on and put it on. Press the menu button on the right-hand controller to access the menu. Click on the clock on the bottom left to access the quick settings. Click settings. Click accounts. Then look for the button to turn on app sharing and press that.

Owners of Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2 can now share their headsets with up to three other accounts, thanks to the official multi-user support introduced by Oculus last month. This means that users can share their headset without worrying about other users interfering with their in-game progression and achievements. Additionally, Oculus has introduced app sharing, which allows anyone with secondary login access to the entire catalog of purchased games and apps.

If you have access to these new updates, congratulations! In this article, we will guide you through how to set up multi-user support on your headset and app sharing.

To begin, head to the settings on your Oculus Quest or Oculus Quest 2 headset and select the “Experimental Features” tab. Next, scroll down and turn on “Multiple Accounts” and “Library Sharing.”

Then, go back to the settings area and select the “Accounts” tab. Click “Add Accounts” to connect a second, third, or fourth login. Those looking to access the headset will need to have their own Facebook login. If you’d like, you can turn on app sharing to allow other accounts access to your paid library.

If you’re concerned about others accessing your account without permission, you can set up a standard security pattern lock similar to the ones featured on modern smartphones. Simply head to the device tab in your settings and turn on “Unlock Pattern.” You’ll then be asked to create a custom pattern using the 8-point system provided.

You can also choose to leave app sharing off, which will restrict access to your paid games and apps while still allowing secondary logins to purchase their own content. Games and apps purchased via a secondary account cannot, however, be shared with primary account owners.

App sharing will not affect your saved games stats or any other personal data. And that’s it! You can now make the most of your Oculus Quest or Quest 2 headset by sharing it with multiple users.

For more information on the Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2, be sure to check out some of the other articles on our website, where we show you how to set up your standalone headset, your first five downloads, and other ways to maximize your fun.


How do you share apps on multiple Oculus 2?
On the second Oculus Quest 2, delete or sign out of the secondary account.Add the device in the Occulus app where the master account is. ... Enable app sharing on Oculus.Add the secondary account on the second device.Install the games while logged in as secondary account.
How do I share my Oculus apps with family?
Press on your right Touch controller to pull up your universal menu.Hover over the clock on the left side of the universal menu. ... Select Settings in the top right corner, then select Accounts.Select the toggle next to App Sharing to turn on App Sharing.
Can two Oculus devices share apps?
You can still log in to multiple devices at the same time. However, you will not be able to use the same account to run the same app across multiple devices simultaneously.
Do I have to buy Oculus games twice?
If both headsets are set up with the same account (which is fine, you can have unlimited headsets on one account) then all games are shared and you only buy them once. At least that's for single player games.