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    (/tag/video-360) is a 3D virtual reality media player that is available in both the Windows Phone and Windows 10 Store. The app supports Virtual Reality headsets such as Oculus Rift, Google Cardboard, Microsoft's VR Kit and others. Even without a headset, these 360-degree videos can be kinda cool.
    The app typically runs $1.99 but over the next twenty-four hours you can pick up Video 360 free courtesy of the myAppFree Deal. It is a universal app, so when you install the Windows Phone version of Video 360, you get access to the Windows version as well.

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    10-20-2015 02:42 PM

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