Daydream app update now shows controller battery on your VR and brings an option to turn off notifications

Whether you want to experience concerts or sports matches like you are actually there or visit famous places through virtual reality, the Daydream app, from Google, allows you to do so.

The latest update of 1.4.17 brings the much-needed battery indicator for your controller on your VR. To view the battery indicator on your VR, look down at your controller when you are in the Daydream Home, Quick Settings or Play Store in VR.

Not only that, the recent update allows you to turn off the notifications in VR (in case you don’t like their interference), by toggling the notification option in the VR quick settings. You can turn on the notifications anytime, by using the same toggle option.

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And if you want to stay updated on the latest offers and news from Daydream, you can now signup for their newsletter in the VR settings.

The Daydream app brings high quality virtual reality experience to Daydream-ready phones that include Google Pixel, Mate 9 Pro, Moto Z among other supported devices.

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  • Ashwin Prasad

    I have only tried google cardboard and daydream looks years ahead comparatively. But I did to hear a friends opinion about daydream on the pixel and apparently, it heats up the phone a lot. So much that throttling occurs. Doesn’t that feel sort of half-baked?