Android Application

Google releases Daydream Keyboard in the Play Store for VR typing

Written by Kamikazo

You needn’t wonder any longer how Google is planning to do text input in Daydream VR mode. There’s a new Daydream Keyboard app in the Play Store with some very informative screenshots. You can’t use it yet, though.
Google notes that the Daydream Keyboard is designed to work inside Daydream apps, and some of them won’t work if you remove the Daydream Keyboard from your device. The keyboard UI looks like the standard Google Keyboard with the alphas in the middle, then a separate panel on the left for numbers and a panel on the right for enter, backspace, and close.


nexus2cee_unnamed-4-329x185 nexus2cee_2-3-329x185

It looks like you’ll hover over the letter you want with a virtual cursor to type. The only phone in my list right now that shows as compatible is the Nexus 6P, but installing it obviously won’t do any good right now. Not only is the 6P not ready for Daydream, the viewer isn’t shipping yet. But enjoy this glimpse at the VR future.

Google Play Store .


About the author