Google Chrome arrives on DayDream VR

Chrome DayDream VR

Google is officially adding Google Chrome to its virtual reality platform Google DayDream VR. So, people using phone-based Daydream View headset or the standalone Lenovo Mirage Solo can access Google Chrome to browse the Internet.

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Google Chrome for DayDream has same features as in Google Chrome for desktop. Users can access Incognito Mode, save and retrieve bookmarks and perform similar things that they do on desktop. But it has also added cinema mode that optimizes web video for VR viewing.

Chrome supports WebVR standard, so users can access web based VR experiences on their Daydream headsets. Users can perform actions using voice commands.

You just need to update to the latest version of Chrome on Android in Google Play. Then you can launch Chrome from the home screen of your Daydream device.

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