In Android 4.2 there were many new updates such as gesture typing and multiple users. These were the features which took the headlines as they were the most beneficial to Android users. However, one feature which was probably overlooked by the majority of us, including me at first, was Daydream.
Daydream is one additional aspect that users can customise in their Android device and there are apps which enhance it even more. Read below to find out what Daydream actually is and the best ways to use it!
What is Daydream?
Daydream is a virtual reality (V R) platform developed by Google.It was announced at Google I/O 2016 and will be released on Autumn in the same year with additional sources indicating a November 2016 date.The platform is to be built-into the Android operating system starting with the release of N, and includes both software and hardware specifications, calling compatible phones “Daydream-Ready”.
It will be the successor to Google Cardboard.Daydream will only work on new phones with specific components. Google announced at I/O that eight hardware partners will make Daydream-ready phones: Samsung, HTC, LG, Xiaomi, Huawei, ZTE, Asus and Alcatel.