If you've ever tried a virtual reality device of the likes of HTC Vive, Oculus Rift or Google DayDream, you've probably realized that to the date there was no such thing as a browser that offered us a full user experience in this environment. Mozilla has decided to solve this problem with Firefox Reality Browser, which we could describe as the version of its browser for VR headsets.
More voice commands than keyboard commands
That's one of the most noteworthy aspects of this Firefox VR, as there are more voice commands than keyboard controls to handle it. The search queries and browsing terms are carried out by dictating words and we only have to resort to virtual keyboards on very few occasions as they are rather uncomfortable for these kinds of devices that force as to aim and shoot with the controls that are usually incorporated to VR headsets.
The different functions that we can find in the desktop version or the mobile version for Android smartphones and tablets have been adapted to this environment, including incognito browsing, multi-tab browsing or the synchronization of our user account. It's an Internet browsing experience totally adapted to the VR environment to make the 2D to 3D transition as transparent as possible for the user.
Regarding the compatibility of this application, you should know that even if you download its APK you're only going to be able to make it run on Google Pixel 2 phones.