NOMone VR Browser 0.8.9-10 Apk Pro latest is a Communication Android app
NOMone VR Browser is a Communication Android app made by NOMone Software with a lot of interesting features that make it one of the best !
|Name||NOMone VR Browser Apk|
|Requires Android||Varies with device|
Surf the web 🌐, watch videos 🎞️ and read manga/novels 📖 directly on your favorite websites, in VR. Zoom until you need to look around to see more. Perform a fulldive and see how immersive it gets yourself. Our app works on almost any virtual reality viewer, like Google Cardboard, Virtual Box, Bobo VR…etc. GearVR is not supported, but can work with a hack. And Daydream is supported but not yet released. Stay tuned for it!
Bedtime story 🛌
It’s bedtime, but you can’t sleep. You’ve been tossing around in bed for a while now. Maybe you’d like to:
⚫ Check out your social media accounts 📰.
⚫ Watch/Read the latest episode of your favorite show/manga 🎞️.
⚫ Watch a bit of the online course that you’ve been putting off for a while 🎓.
Alas, having to hold the mobile above your head is anything but convenient. And the text is too small. Your wife is bothered by the light and you are bothered by the lack of.
We’ve been there 😔!
We’ve developed this app specifically to address these issues. We wanted to make surfing the web as convenient as possible while you are in bed. When we got our hands on our first virtual reality glasses, we knew this was the answer. But along the way, we’ve discovered that there’s much more to this than browsing the web in bed.
Watching videos online never felt better. It’s way beyond watching movies on a large screen, you can get seriously close and feel like being part of whatever you are watching 😲. After experiencing this, there’s no going back to watching movies on traditional screens. We even made it so you can open the local videos on your phone inside the browser to enjoy this spectacular experience. You can use it as a VR video player, lots of users do.
But we don’t do porn ✋! We’ve noticed that a major fraction of the users use this app to .. you know (and we can understand why), but we wouldn’t have developed this app if we knew this would be its #1 use-case. So, it’s blocked. If this is the only reason you are looking at this app, don’t bother. Or maybe, consider this an opportunity to replace useless habits. We’ve used this app as a distraction free environment to improve ourselves. Say, if you force yourself to watch online courses for half an hour a day, you can finish a course of average length every month 👨🎓. I bet you’d love to do that 😉!
This app is free to use with all its features for one hour ⌛ EVERY day. The usage limit is restored at midnight 🕛 and you can use the app for another hour ⏳. If you need to use it more, you can unlock the app using an in-app purchase 💰.
If you can see this app on Google Play, then it means that there’s a way to use the app on your phone. You don’t even need a gyroscope sensor (gyroscopes are overrated! If you are going to use another method (🖱️ or 📱), we recommend disabling the gyroscope option altogether). Just make sure to follow the instructions that pop up when you open the app. And don’t forget to use the calibration options 🎚️ to get the best experience on your glasses (the three vertical dots at the upper-right corner of the app).
⚫ Add your frequently visited websites to bookmarks 🔖.
⚫ If you have a phone with low resolution, try decreasing the content scale to show more content in less pixels 🗜️.
⚫ Long click the zoom buttons 🔍 to change text size.
⚫ You can have multiple tabs 📑. Use them!
⚫ Some websites have issues viewing videos in fullscreen.
Coming up next
⚫ Theater mode 🍿 (for 360 degree immersion and more video formats support).
⚫ Save/Load tabs from last times.
⚫ Most frequently visited launch screen.
If you’d like to see the above implemented, please support us! We think the VR Browser is a great idea, help us make it work. For now, try the application and tell us what you think.
Thanks a lot 😁
– Targeting API level 10 as per Google Play requirements.
– Disabled phone volume buttons that are often accidentally pressed by the headset.