The open-source Cardboard SDK allows you to build immersive cross-platform VR experiences for Android and iOS. With essential VR features such as motion tracking, stereoscopic rendering, and user interaction, you can build entirely new VR experiences or enhance existing apps that support VR.
Its primary SDK category is AR and VR and it’s used by Android apps.
Based on downloads over the last 30 days, the most popular Android apps that use Google VR Cardboard are:
Looking at the number of Android apps that use Google VR Cardboard, it's Popular among Android developers.
In addition, this month, Google VR Cardboard has been…
- Added to 194 Android apps.
- Removed from 127 Android apps.
It's most commonly used by Android apps in the following categories: Video Players & Editors and Action.
SDKs that are similar to Google VR Cardboard:
- Google AR Core in the AR and VR category
- Google Utilities in the Developer Tools category
- Google Drive in the Database and Data Management category
- Google Play In-app billing in the Payments and Commerce category
- Metaio in the AR and VR category
- EasyAR in the AR and VR category
- Wikitude in the AR and VR category
- ARToolKit in the AR and VR category
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