I was so excited to get this as a gift. I go to get started only for it to say this phone does not support rotation. WTH, my phone does rotate, what a DISSAPOINTMENT... THIS SUCKS.. If you are gonna sell this, could you please make it work
Terrible, avoid this waste of time Not only are the images terrible photos doubled up making it a terrible 3d experience, the images are the same size as a photo. This is everything virtual 3d is not meant to be, there are much better images designed with the right tech to work, this app is not. "Tokyo vr" gives you a real experience of still frame virtual 3d, I suggest downloading that although it is limited to the scenes of Tokyo only. You can find many other apps and Google camera allows you to create your own, I would also recommend that
Oh I'm sorry? My phone does not support rotation. Gee, then how did the screen end up sideways when I turned it? Just amazing work guys. Keep trying tho. I'm sure it would be a cool app if I could use it
weak static 2d pictures, not even panoramic or 3d. waste of battery life since you could just Google a picture on your phone and it would look exactly the same as these except you wouldn't need cardboard for those
Don't Download It's not worth it, you might as well just go on to Google and search "low resolution nature photos" because that's all this app is. The app contains 20 low resolution photos that have extremely poor head tracking and that's it.
Error My phone definitely has rotation and movement but still the app says it doesn't. From the preview I can tell it's a beautiful VR app
Displaying message if phone does not support rotation/movement
Added Refresh button
Spaced thumbnails more equally
Brand new re-design
focus cursor on a thumbnail to instantly load instead of hovering for 3 seconds
Temporarily disabled additional categories.
New feature: Flickr support. A wealth of places to explore!
Adds slider to choose view quality at app launch to suit phone capability. Defaults to 720p.
Added categories: travel, art
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