The world of VR is already a virtual reality wasteland, and that has been largely the case for a while.
But now, with the help of a few handy apps, developers are making a lot of money by making their apps better and more immersive.
Nexus VR, for example, allows users to explore the sky, capture 360-degree panoramas, and see the Milky Way in full color.
You can also zoom in on the clouds, explore the terrain, and even make a video call using your phone.
And for those who are into VR and want to be able to experience it for themselves, you can use the Google Cardboard headset.
It’s an interesting way to explore a place that most people won’t be able access, but for those looking to take it for a spin, it’s a worthwhile investment.