Posted by Business Insider Developers of VR-focused software have long dreamed of a future where people could share, review, and share even more content through Google VR.
Now, the search giant has rolled out an alternative to Facebook’s VR platform called VR Platform, or VRP.
The platform, launched today in beta, allows developers to create their own VR content for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Developers can now publish their own games, trailers, and more using a simple drag-and-drop interface.
The platform is free, but the company plans to charge developers for extra content after it goes live.
Users will be able to share their creations to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the Google+ social network.
The new platform also has a new app called GoogleVR that allows users to create and share VR videos.
Google is also introducing a new feature for developers, dubbed the GoogleVR Pro feature.
This new feature lets developers publish and monetize VR content directly from their Google accounts.
This will allow developers to monetize their content by offering ads on the Google VR app.
Google has already announced the Google Vision and Google Glass products, but has not launched a new VR product.
VR is a growing market for VR apps, as consumers increasingly want to interact with their devices in virtual spaces.
Google has been working on its own VR platform for years, and now it’s finally here.