These are 15 best VR Apps and games for Google Card Board and others:
Google Cardboard is getting famous among people as it is affordable and powerful to experience Virtual Reality on your smartphones. So that’s why I came up with these 15 best VR apps. These are 15 best VR apps that are available on Google Play Store for either free and paid. You can download these apps for Google Cardboard and other supported VR headsets. Here are 15 best VR apps for Android OS on Google Play Store:
The first app I would like to add from 15 best VR apps is Google Cardboard. It is the must have App for Google Cardboard users as it allows you to check whether your smartphone is compatible with VR features or not. It is the first app that Google recommends after you get Google Cardboard from them. Guided tours of places, cities, photo viewer, video player and more are built in this App. It’s is available on Google Play Store for free. So grab this app first after purchasing Google Card Board.
It is another Google App for Cardboard users. With this app, you will be guided to make VR content for free. So you don’t have to spend money. This app is also free on Google Play.
ARTE360 VR is a video app that shows you around various places in Virtual Reality. By using this app, you can look at mountains, iconic buildings, ocean scenes, explore old places. You can also do more things with this app. Give it a try.
Bomb squad VR for Cardboard:
BombSquad VR is an arcade game where you must have to avoid bombs of all kinds, and you have to capture flags. You can play with up to eight players. The VR app is not free. There is a non-VR version too. You will need a second device like a game controller to play this game.
It is a game which works perfectly with Google Cardboard. This is a custom version of another game named “AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!!” (Yes! sounds awkward) That was specifically made for VR headsets. The app is not free. You can dive from a building in Augmented Reality and perform stunts. The game can be controlled hands-free because it utilizes tilt controls of your smartphone to work.
End Space VR for Cardboard:
It is a first person flight shooter game where you have to pilot a spaceship to shoot down other evil spaceships. The game is infinite since there is no ending of this game but you can choose three environments for playing. It is not free but has no in-App purchases. So you just have to pay one time.
Fulldive VR – Virtual Reality:
Fulldive VR is an App that all VR owners should have on their smartphones. It’s a directory of content related to VR. It has YouTube Videos, 360 videos, 3D content, a VR video player to watch local videos in VR, a VR camera, a VR 360 photo gallery, and a place where you can view all of your VR apps. The app has some bugs, but the developers are working to fix them as soon as possible. The is free on Google Play store. Give it a try.
Hardcode (VR Game):
Hardcode is a free App within App purchases. It’s a new game that requires both VR and controller gamepad to play. You have to kill plenty of bad guys in this game. It also supports local multiplayer which means that you can do battle with your friends in the same room using Virtual Reality. The game is joyful, but you have to purchase an extra game controller for that.
Remember insidious movies? This app is a promotion for the insidious movies but shows the power of VR. Downloading from Google Play Store is free.
Sites in VR:
As its name suggests, Sites in VR is an application that shows you various landmarks from several countries in Virtual Reality. You will be able to visit mosques, tombs, temples, palaces, museums, parks and old houses virtually right from your home. It’s fun to spend time by watching world famous places while sitting in your home. The app is free on Google Play Store.
Sundance VR is a VR video App that has a bunch of VR supported videos. It’s free on Google Play.
WAA! VR is a VR game in which you play as an astronaut as you go on adventures. It has full 360 views by which you can interact with the game moving your head around. You must defend astronaut from asteroids. It’s available on Google Play Store and is not free.
Titans of Space Cardboard VR:
If you want your kids to learn a bit about the solar system, then this app is for you. The app is free but contains in-App purchases. It is a guided tour app that shows you in our solar system in between stars. The app also tells fun facts about outer space bodies so that your kids can learn more.
Within – VR (Virtual Reality):
This app is fascinating as it tells you stories while showing you landscapes and graphics. It’s considered as one of the best Apps for VR till now and is available for free on Google Play Store. There are several reviews on Google Play Store about this app which show that this app has some problem running on some devices and is unable to move to SD card. Other than that it is a fantastic app, and it’s worth a try.
There is no need to introduce YouTube. The giant video platform’s Android App supports Google Cardboard. There are plenty of VR videos on YouTube, and you can also watch non-VR videos like you are watching on a giant TV. I expect more than that when Google will release its Daydream for Android. So stay tuned.
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