Cmoar have announced an update to their Cmoar VR Cinema application, currently available to download for Google Cardboard. Having been available for nearly a year, this latest update takes on board the leading requests from the virtual reality (VR) community and adds a number of new features.
Cmoar VR Cinema allows users to view videos stored on a memory card, but now also offers the opportunity to stream content from a PC connected via LAN. Automatic subtitle and poster download options have been added to the application, as well as direct viewing of both 2D and 3D content via YouTube.
Offering support for a wide variety of video formats, automatic chromatic aberration correction, manual field of view adjustments and more, Cmoar VR Cinema now available to download from the Google Play store in both demo (free) and full (£4.49 GBP) versions. VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest releases from Cmoar.