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Best VR Apps

  • YouTube

    The official YouTube app for mobile phones is now redesigned - making it easier to explore what you really love.
  • VLC Media Player

    VLC media player is a cross-platform multimedia player that can play most multimedia files for free on mobile devices. VLC for Android can play not only video files, but also audio files as well.
  • Google Street View

    Outside of Google Maps, Google now introduces a standalone Street View app to let you explore and capture numerous places in 360-degrees. Launched in 2007, Google Street View is previously a technology rolled in Google Maps and Google Earth which provides panoramic views of worldwide streets.
  • NYT VR

    NYT VR puts users at the center of New York Times’ reality video stories in an immersive virtual-reality experience. It may sound not so intriguing, but you will certainly be touched if you are confronted with Syrian refugee camp and Paris after the catastrophic attack.
  • Google Cardboard

    Got name from its fold-out cardboard viewer, Google Cardboard app invites you to experience virtual reality (VR) in a simple and fun way right with your smartphone. Google Cardboard is available both for Android and iOS users, with apps on both platforms.
  • HTC Vive

    HTC Vive is a virtual reality platform developed by HTC Corporation for total immersion in the virtual world. With HTC Vive, users can get notifications of the virtual reality world just by connecting their phones with it. It won’t interrupt you if there are any notifications about phone calls, text messages or even calender events.