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

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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.

Firefox Reality
Firefox Reality
Developer: Mozilla Corporation
Price: Free
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