The first assembly is available for the devices Google Daydream, HTC Vive and Oculus.
Earlier this year, the team of mixed reality in the company Mozilla started creating a browser that was supposed to work on headsets of virtual and augmented / mixed reality. And now, as the company says in its blog, the first version of the new Firefox Reality browser is available in the app stores Viveport, Oculus and Daydream.
Thanks to the Quantum engine, the browser works stably and quickly, it simplifies navigation as much as possible, supports voice input, privacy mode is available and the field of view can be resized. However, so far there is no support for 360-degree video, accounts and bookmarks.Game page Main menu Voice Search