Google Daydream VR service is officially dead and Google has finally confirmed that via its official support page. The tech giant announced the Daydream VR service back in 2016 as a mobile based VR service where several apps and games allowed users to watch their favourite content, Play VR games and more. The company even launched a new VR headset for Daydream. However, the service slowly started to fade away as many app developers stopped supporting the Daydream VR apps, some in fact completely pulled off their apps from the service.
On the support page, Google has confirmed that Daydream VR software is no longer supported by the company and may not work properly on Android 11 or later devices. However, the service will still be available to use the third-party Daydream apps and service as standalone apps in Google Play Store.
Along with the Daydream VR service, Google has announced the discontinuation of Daydream View headset. The headset will not be available for sale. However, just like the service, users who own the headset can still use it to view VR content.
For those unaware, Google has recently launched its Google Pixel 4a 5G and Google Pixel 5 smartphones along with Nest Audio at its Launch Night In event. The new Google Pixel 4a 5G comes with a bigger display with punch hole camera, dual rear camera, improved processor and more.