FireFox releases VR browser
Published on Sep 18, 2018
When the Iphone was first introduced by Steve Jobs, people remembered the slide, touch, zoom and all that jazz but what really was the big impact was the safari browser. This mobile browser brought an entire eco system to the mobile phone that was never existent before safari on the iphone.
Today, FireFox has announced their VR browser named "FireFox Reality." Since Naughty America entered the world of creating VR Porn, we have known that the biggest problem for VR was the lack of a browser. The first time we actually saw a true VR browser was in Oculus Go with the built in browser. However, with FireFox introducing Reality for DayDream and Oculus Go, this changes the game. We expect that you will see not only more people surfing the web in their device but more developers creating experiences and unique VR products built around this and soon to be other browsers.
As told my Mozilla, this was something that had to be built from the ground up:
We had to rethink everything, including navigation, text-input, environments, search and more. This required years of research, and countless conversations with users, content creators, and hardware partners. The result is a browser that is built for the medium it serves. It makes a big difference, and we think you will love all of the features and details that we’ve created specifically for a MR browser.
– Andre Vrignaud, Head of Mixed Reality Platform Strategy at Mozilla
If you have a Oculus Go or DayDream headset and would like to browse some VR Porn with your Reality browser, visit our VR Porn section on Naughty America and you can see samples of our content for free. Or, if you are a member, please just login and you can play the videos.
At this time, Naughty America is not all jazzd up to embrace all the cool features that a VR browser has to offer but when it does, we will let you know.