VR Media Player

3.6
6K reviews
1M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Features:
• Support 360°, 180° equirectangular, regular lens, and fisheye lens photos and videos.
• Support 3D Stereoscopic side-by-side, over-under and each shrink media.
• Support VR goggle/glass for smartphones.
• Perspective view and spherical view. Looks like a little planet in spherical view
• Smooth touch panning and Natural pinching zoom.
• Roll rotation with 3-axis touch panning.
• Keep image horizontal with motion sensor.
Updated on
Mar 22, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

3.6
5.75K reviews
Justyn Gover
April 12, 2024
This was almost exactly what I needed for my xreal glasses. Until I realized there was no way to flip to the next image -_- If you add a feature or a button to let us go to the next image. There is a whole ar glasses community waiting for things like this and, will probably be willing to pay for the app. I definitely would of been willing to buy it.
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A Google user
September 25, 2018
It's a pretty great app! It has all the basic things it promises. Here are a few recommendations, fix URL videos crashing the app; the 360 sphere is a little wonky, you could add a stretch design or something else; repair other views, like the fisheyes, where they have a lot of blank space; Not all VR videos appear, sometimes they are black. Good day!
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Alex T. McSpadden
May 21, 2020
The one thing I would change is, upon using the "back" button to exit a video, do NOT exit the app. As of right now, pressing "back" sends the user to the home screen. I think the world is pretty well accustomed to "back" taking you to the previous in-app screen; it's intuitive at this point. That's why the "home" button already exists!
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What's new

Improved UI design.
Fixed loading issue with large images.