While we wait for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive to actually become reasonably available, Samsung has an alternative that is surprisingly impressive. There are a lot of interesting and creative apps to experience, amid plenty of less-than-stellar choices, but what follows is a list of apps that really sold us on the Gear VR as a viable platform. Most of these choices are games, but the Gear VR lets users do a lot more. Whether you want to joyride around a futuristic city with a personal jetpack or enjoy some personal time in your own private theater, the Gear VR lets you dip into VR cheaply so long as you already have or were planning to get a new Samsung phone and without any pesky wires or high-end PCs to configure. Developed by OZWE and published by Oculus, this space-based shooter is gorgeous and surprisingly fun. Shooting makes clever use of the side touch panel and the game is incredibly responsive.
Samsung's new Milk VR to round up 360-degree videos for Gear VR
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Virtual Reality. It is now the most advanced technology we have for entertainment and gaming. Allowing us to dive into a world we could have only imagined.
The developers at Samsung have finally released a new app that helps to run any degree video content using the new tap and zoom features added in their Samsung Milk VR app. But with this app you can watch these degree videos even with out wearing any headset devices. Here are some of the main features of the app.