Google officially added Chrome browser to VR-platform Daydream. Now, immersing yourself in virtual reality with the Daydream View headset through a phone or a separate Lenovo Mirage Solo device, the user can take advantage of the full range of browser features.
The "virtual" version has many features of the desktop version, including incognito mode, synchronization and voice search. But there are a number of innovations:
- a movie mode that optimizes online video for viewing in virtual reality;
- support for the standard WebVR, so that the owners of the Daydream headset are available web interfaces VR.
In June 2018, Google introduced the desktop tool VR180 Creator, which allows editing VR-video on macOS and Linux.