Best Oculus Go Video Apps: Watching Free 360 VR Videos [2018] ​


In this video, I review the most popular Oculus Go video apps to watch free 360 VR content.

As virtual reality becomes more mainstream, 360 VR videos are a great way for people to experience VR for the first time.

We’re still in the early days of VR videos on the Oculus Go and other VR headsets.

Every day, there are new videos being released in better quality and storytelling as creators master VR video making.

What is the best free Oculus Go video app? The best Oculus Go apps are the ones that you can return to over and over again.

If you’re new to the Oculus Go, these apps are a great starting point to see a lot of VR entertainment for free.

Grab the virtual popcorn. It’s time to rot in-front of a virtual TV in the Oasis.

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15 thoughts on “Best Oculus Go Video Apps: Watching Free 360 VR Videos [2018] ​”

  1. I just want to say thank you so much to anyone that's watched or subscribed to my channel.

    I've been a bit spotty on uploading videos but I just upgraded my entire editing rig and will be taking this channel way more seriously now. Expect a lot more consistent videos and new Oculus Rift content over the next few weeks.

    Thanks again <3

    – Dre

  2. Bought the Oculus Go a couple of weeks ago. My 1st experience with VR. At first it's a lot of wow factor
    but it fades fairly quickly. I'm surprised there isn't more Live Vr stuff. Imagine a sports app with games
    broadcast in VR. I'd pay for that. A lot of the apps you mention here do have some decent videos
    but it seems they don't update too much. Also very few videos allow you to change your view with
    the controller, most don't. You have to sit on a swivel chair which is less desirable to me. I'm glad
    I bought the GO but I sure hope things pick up and maybe something with a much better visual quality
    that doesn't cost big bucks will come along.


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