Google’s virtual reality platform Daydream VR App Store is inaccessible and is virtually closed.
Daydream has launched a number of platforms that provide virtual reality using smartphones, headsets, and remote controls, and products that allow you to experience virtual reality inexpensively. However, in October 2020, Android 11 announced the end of Daydream support.
According to a report posted on Reddit, an overseas community, Daydream users tried to access the App Store through a headset on the first weekend of February, but there were indications that they currently cannot access Google. Also, the Discover page to find virtual reality applications did not work.
However, it is not impossible to install the app, and you can install virtual reality apps by accessing the Google Play Store from your smartphone. The installed application functions and account information will continue in the future. In any case, the end of Daydream is an example of how difficult it is to grow an ecosystem of products and services. Related information can be found here .