YouTube VR officially arrives on Oculus Go, the affordable standalone VR headset made by Oculus. The announcement comes directly through a press release published on the company’s website, in which there is also a direct link from which to download the application on its own headset.
This means that from now on Oculus Go users will be able to access the web’s most popular video streaming platform and view over 800,000 content designed for virtual reality use, whether it be VR180° or 3D 360°. Once the application is installed, you will be able to log in with your account to access your favorites videos and history, since YouTube VR also allows you to enjoy movies in traditional cinema mode.
Below we leave you to the video presentation of the application shared by Oculus: