Android users have already been able to watch the entire YouTube set of videos with the help of Google Cardboard from quite some time. Google’s recent iOS app update brings the similar functionality to Apple’s other side.
YouTube Brings VR Videos for iOS Users
Formerly limited to a curated excerpt of 360-degree videos, Google has twisted the transformation to let the Cardboard feature for each and every one of YouTube’s millions of videos for iPhone users.
To empower Cardboard mode, which separates the screen in two for viewing with a Google Cardboard headset, tap the screen one time the video starts playing in landscape orientation. Tap on the three piled dots in the top right side to pull up an overlap where people can tap on the Cardboard logo.
Prompting Cardboard mode will put the controls for the video inside of your viewer. To recess or skip around within the video, tap the screen and really move the phone to target at the buttons while observing via the headset. If you want to change videos, you’ll have to pop out of the immersive practice to line up a new video.
It is believed that the Android VR will be revealed at Google I/O 2016 this week. If that ensues to be an Android-only creativity, then this can be the best VR support that iOS are going to witness for the time being.