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Best VR and Google Cardboard free apps

Virtual reality headsets have made movies, media and gaming experience so amazing that too at a very cheap price.

If you already own a headset, Great! If not, read my another post How to buy inexpensive VR glasses? Let me tell you some interesting apps you must have to spice up your VR experience.
  1. Titans of Space: Titans of Space is a short guided tour of our planets and a few stars in virtual reality. Works with Google Cardboard. You are definitely going to love this app, download it now.
  2. Sites in VR: Virtual tours (also for VR goggles) of landmarks from Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Morocco etc. It offers you a 360 degree view of all these places. Definitely a must try app.
  3. Chair in a room: It's a VR horror game, definitely gonna give you some fright. The first story is about a missing girl but the new story "Greed" brings VR horror to another level.
  4. InMind VR: InMind VR is a short but fun game which allows you to journey through a patient's brain to search for the neurons that cause mental disorder.
  5. InCell VR: InCell VR is an sci-fi action/racing game to acquaintance with your VR headset.
  6. Lantern: This VR app offers you a night view glimpse of Lantern Festival. It is one of the most beautiful and relaxing VR experience I had.
  7. Fulldive VR: Fulldive VR is a VR navigation app offering you a lot of 3D videos and photos.
  8. Vrse: It's an interesting story-telling app. It shows you landscapes and narrate stories about them. However, this app is not compatible with most of the devices, but definitely worth giving a shot.
  9. Google Cardboard: The Cardboard app helps you launch your favourite VR experiences, discover new apps, and set up a viewer.
  10. Youtube: Youtube already offers so many VR 360 degree videos, search any VR video and enjoy. Also, you can search for 3D SBS(side by side) videos that offers great 3D experience.
Till then... Enjoy!!!

If we have missed one of the best VR and cardboard app, please let us know in the comments section.


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