Apple users will finally be able to immerse themselves in virtual reality on YouTube thanks to a new update to the iOS app that adds support for Google Cardboard.
When paired with Google’s simplistic cardboard viewfinder, the feature allows users to watch any video in virtual reality by tapping the Google Cardboard icon on the screen of their mobile device.
The update comes some six months after the tech giant first rolled out Cardboard compatibility for Android users in November.
Available online for about $15, Google Cardboard was first launched in June 2014 and quickly caught on with video enthusiasts. By January 2016, Google said it had shipped more than five million Cardboard viewers.
From the November launch of YouTube Cardboard support on Android through the end of January, Google said users spent more than 350,000 hours watching YouTube videos in virtual reality.