Now Experience Internet Browsing in VR With Mozilla Firefox Reality
Mozilla Firefox Reality (Photo Credit: Official Website)

Mozilla, one of the most-used search engines has introduced a new mode of browsing called Firefox Reality, designed to give users an immersive experience in their browsing sessions. Since this new browser will be VR enabled, one should have a VR headset like an Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Google Daydream View and Samsung Gear VR. The company’s goal was to transform their 2D browsing viewing to the next level, which took them a couple of years to achieve. Motorola One Power Smartphone: Expected Price, Features & Specifications - All You Need To Know.

Mozilla has paved a new path in browsing experience with the help of virtual reality. Though VR games and apps have already been seen in the market for more than two years now, it's the first time that the technology has been used for a search engine. With Mozilla’s Firefox Reality, the user can directly dive into the virtual system and start surfing in a jiffy. The application will be, available on both the platforms, desktop as well as the phone. The web browser company has revamped the user interface application functionality among others. Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro, Galaxy A7 2018 & Two New Smartphones Likely to Be Launched on October 11.

Talking about the new Firefox Reality, the browser comes with many features that allow for a seamless browsing experience, also while viewing VR content. The VR browser enables users to search web content through voice commands and gestures. Users will even come across option seen in the traditional 2D browsers like the private or incognito page, resizing web content, viewing videos in fullscreen mode, and surfing through VR content. Apple’s New iOS 12 Update Is Now Available for Download; Here Are the Top New Features That You Should Explore.

As for availability of the application, it’s currently applicable for download on Oculus store and also supports Oculus Go; other VR stores like Google’s Daydream and HTC’s Viveport will also feature it. With technology moving towards virtual and augmented reality, we can expect more VR adaptations in popularly-used applications such as Facebook or Instagram.

Though virtual reality is not currently in the mainstream and still needs more stability concerning the compatibility of devices and hardware, it seems Mozilla has taken a step towards enhancing the future ecosystem in virtual reality.