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vTime is compatible with all Daydream-ready phones. Get it from Google Play here, or in the Daydream store.
vTime is available for the Samsung Gear VR. Get it from the Oculus Store here.
vTime is available for Google Cardboard. Get the app free from the Google Play Store now.
vTime is available for the Oculus Rift, both the CV1 and DK2 headsets. Download from Oculus Home here.
vTime is available for all Windows Mixed Reality headsets. Get it from the Microsoft Store here.
vTime is available for the iPhone, from the iPhone 5S through to the iPhone 8 and X. Get the app from the App Store now.
vTime without a headset on iOS and Android without a headset using Magic Window mode. Get it now from the App Store and Google Play now.
A cornerstone of vTime is that it's platform agnostic, meaning we plan to support all headsets as they're released to the public. vTime is available now for Windows Mixed Reality, Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go, Oculus Rift, iPhone, Android, Google Daydream, and Google Cardboard. Support for PSVR and HTC Vive coming soon.
vTime is an app that connects you with friends and family around the world by using a phone or computer, a mobile or tethered VR headset, and an internet connection. We've worried about the technical bits so that all you have to do is download the app, start it, and you're away!
From the vTime lobby, you'll be able to create a bespoke avatar, access friends lists, and choose your environments. When you've chosen the crew for your adventure, simply pick a destination and vTime!
We've added a How-To section with tutorials on many of vTime's features.
No, vTime will run on 3G and 4G networks as well as Wi-FI.
It might seem selfish, but at launch we want to make all of the content ourselves. We have no plans to release a developer SDK at present, but that doesn't rule out us working with other developers to create content.
Nothing. Nada. Niente. It's free.
You don't. Using Magic Window mode and Augmented Reality (AR) mode allow you to use vTime from your iPhone or Android phone. Only phones running ARKit and ARCore will be able to use the AR feature.
You can vTime with up to three other people.
You and up to three people will be able to meet up and hang out in a multitude of environments from our library. You can share images, or sit within your own 360 images, send messages to your friends whether they're online or offline with vText, with more exciting features on the way.
Not yet, though you can upload your own 360 images and sit within them with friends and family.
We'd love it if you did! Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to know when our calls for testers open.
Not yet. We've curated some incredible environments for you and your friends to enjoy, with the library expanding all the time. Eventually, we want to put the building blocks for vTime in the hands of the users. Watch this space.
You need to be 16 years old or above to join the vTime network.
Email email@example.com with as much information about your bug as you can.
We LOVE to hear what people think of the vTime network. Genuinely. And that's whether the opinion is good or bad. We're looking to the vTime community to help us evolve and shape the network into the communication tool that you want, so don't be shy in giving your opinion. We have a section on the vTime forums for your feedback, so head over there and share what's in your head with us. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We do our best to ensure vTime is a great place to be. If someone bothers you, block them. You can block by opening the menu, finding the offending user's avatar bubble, and selecting 'Block'. Alternatively, block in session by selecting the offending user and choose 'Block/Report'. If you think their conduct was unacceptable, then report them too. After you've blocked, you'll receive an email which will ask if you want to report the user too. Reports are completely anonymous.