Google is adding VR support to Chrome, the company announced Thursday in a blog post.
With the latest version of the browser, users can now navigate to VR-enabled websites to view content.
To view the content, users simply place their phone in a Daydream View headset.
Those without a compatible phone or Daydream View can also view Daydream content through Chrome on PCs. On other phones or computers, people will need to navigate with a finger or mouse.
Google says it will add support for other devices in the future, such as Google Cardboard.
Recently, ZTE update the Axon 7 to make it compatible with Daydream VR.