article A couple of months ago, Google released a virtual reality headset that looked like an iPhone, and now it has added an upgrade to its popular Chrome browser that is designed to make it work better in VR.
The Chrome VR Upgrade 2.0 is a virtual-reality version of Chrome for the Rift.
It is available for both desktop and mobile devices.
The upgrade will work on any VR headset that supports a compatible VR camera.
It will also work with the Samsung Gear VR, the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR, and Valve’s Daydream VR headset.
You’ll need an Android device running ChromeOS to get the upgrade, so make sure to grab one before you head out to a virtual convention.
Google says it is working on ways to bring Chrome VR into the mainstream in the near future.
The browser also offers more virtual features.
Chrome VR now offers two new tabs that allow you to view images from different points of view in the virtual world.
The new tabs also include a “VR Mode” tab that allows you to switch between the virtual environment and the real world.
It also has a new way to view web pages, including a “Quick Links” tab, a new feature that lets you quickly jump from one page to another without having to click a button.
Google is also adding an “InkFlow” feature to Chrome VR, where a white circle on the top right of the browser shows you a list of ink flows in your browser.
You can also check out a video tutorial on the upgrade’s new tab page to learn how to use the new features.
If you want to see more of the update, check out the video above.
You can also see the Chrome VR upgrade in action below.