The Daydream Access Program ends, from now on any developer can opt to have their application published on Google Play VR and on the Daydream home.
Google launched with the arrival of the SDK 1.0, an access program by which only a select group of developers could publish their applications in the app store. Daydream, but that program has ended. Now any developer can opt for the publication of their application in the virtual store and Daydream home, as long as it meets the quality requirements set by Google. Among them are performance, design, usability and control requirements, among others.
Once we are sure that our application meets the above criteria, we will have to upload it to the Google development console and follow the steps indicated in the following link. Once we publish it, the application will be available in the Google 2D store, regardless of the review process, which will be the one that will make our application finally come out on Daydream once it is approved.
The View viewer compatible with Daydream, as well as the Pixel phones that were the first announced by Google, have been available in several countries for months, but they have not yet officially arrived in Spain.