Hulu was a launch partner for Google’s Android-based Daydream VR platform in 2016. But as Variety noted today, the streaming service no longer supports Daydream. Hulu’s website states that support was dropped in a July update, although people with older versions of the app can still access the VR experience.
This is part of a long decline for the Daydream platform. HBO, another early partner, dropped support in January. Google Play Movies & TV also stopped supporting Daydream in mid-2019. (The Netflix VR app remains available through Google Play.) Hulu’s website still lists support for most other VR platforms, including Sony’s PlayStation VR, Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality, and multiple Oculus headsets. So there are still plenty of…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts