Google’s Daydream Platform Now Open to All Developers

Published by , January 30, 2017 10:09 am

(3DVRCentral)  Google has now opened its Daydream platform to developers who want to publish a Daydream application on the Play Store. The search giant started accepting applications for the Daydream Access Program (DAP) in September last year, allowing companies to closely work with more developers to create content for Daydream.
Daydream users will have access to a lot more app options from different developers. Initially, only apps from select partners were made available on the Play Store. Plus, the company is working on its VR platform to compete with the likes of Samsung Gear VR and Facebook’s Oculus; which have already made their way in to global markets.

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