Mozilla's Firefox Reality web browser is now available for Microsoft's HoloLens 2 AR headsets

The first public release of the Firefox Reality web browser is now available for HoloLens 2 and Windows Mixed Reality users.

This web browser is designed for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) devices and allows users to browse the web in a floating traditional web browser in a digital space or interact with more immersive 3D experiences.

A video showcasing Firefox Reality in use has been released by Mozilla which can be watched below:

The Firefox Reality browser is completely free to download from the Microsoft Store app store though it’s important to emphasise that this app is designed to work with a compatible headset, not on a traditional Windows desktop or tablet.

Do you own a HoloLens 2 or Windows Mixed Reality headset? Let us know your impressions of this free browser in the comments below and then follow us on Pinterest for more HoloLens content.

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