PlayStation VR Guide On How To Watch 360 You Tube Videos

By Beverly V. , Updated Dec 23, 2016 06:32 AM EST
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Sony's PlayStation VR evidently has a new YouTube PlayStation 4 Application for the new 1.09 upgrade. A few reports online say that a few Reddit, Facebook, and Twitter clients have officially tried a new application. Notwithstanding, it would appear that the rest are still to get the most recent upgrade.

The US and UK clients are still gotten with rendition 1.08. To physically check whether you can download 1.09, PlayStation Network clients essentially need to run "Check for Update". Go to the TV and Video segment of the dashboard then press the "Choices" catch on the DualShock 4 controller when the cursor is floating the YouTube application symbol.

With Oculus Rift, Google Daydream, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR, Virtual reality without a doubt turned into an incredible force in 2016. YouTube is fortunate to be in the middle for incredible VR video content from close shark experiences from Discovery to 360-degree cooking fights.

Prior to the upgrade, a nonexistent YouTube application implied clients ordinarily needed to download recordings then use a blazing drive to watch the substance. Others get to it through a mutual system. With the 1.09 overhaul, clients can now watch 360-degree recordings without the additional complain as you can straightforwardly see YouTube recordings from the Sony headset itself. The PlayStation VR has video applications yet they can't measure up to YouTube's substance amount.


Once the YouTube application is propelled or launch, clients then decide to either run the Normal or the PlayStation VR adaptation of the application before inundating in YouTube's huge level screen and 360-degree video accumulation.

Energizing as the majority of this appears, Sony and YouTube have yet to report a worldwide launch date for the PlayStation 4 YouTube application 1.09 redesign. In the event that despite everything you haven't claimed a VR headset, you get yourself a PlayStation VR valued $399 as a holiday present. It sounds costly yet it gives off an impression of being less expensive than HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

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