Amazing app! Almost perfect: I still miss a local music player and document reader. I would like to access my own files instead of only online feeds. Keep the good job, guys.
Not bad, similar to spaceout vr, but youtube videos don't play in this app. Also, no ability to filter community to online people only, and since most people are offline, it's useless. When you search for videos, it literally takes you to a normal google web search, not so clever.
I love it but the only thing that's putting my off it is that I have to keep pulling my phone out of my headset to acess stuff can't you change it to be like vtime were you look at something and the circle goes all the way round please really wana get into this app
I really like this app, but there are a few problems. How do I customise stuff? When I press "Design" all I can change is the whole room itself. I can't change individual stuff. Also, is there no way to walk around? There should be a walk button which makes you automatically walk in the direction you are looking. Or, if that makes people disoriented, you could use a teleport feature, so you look somewhere on the floor, press the button, and you appear there. Another problem is the vibrations. Are there no way to turn them off? I think they are way too powerful. Looking forward to updates! :D
I only got this far with the app: "This cardboard application is not compatible with Google daydream headsets", did not see that coming. I have a daydream, so not useful for me...
Yes, this is truely an amazing concept, the issue is... how do i actually change stiff around my house?
This update addresses specific bugs that users reported so that the myVR experience is better for all. We fixed a bug that was causing crashes on certain phones and updated the design of the app to be more intuitive. Thank you to everyone who gave suggestions - we read and value everything our users tell us so keep it coming! Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org :)
Thanks and enjoy myVR!
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