Thanks again - I'll look in there. As it turns out these same 2 apps seem to be built in (or maybe downloaded by) the Google Virtual reality app 'cardboard'. I didn't have Wifi turned on and was in airplane mode so I tend to think they came with the cardboard app. Just got the cardboard VR kit today and since the Moto X is one of the officially supported phones I gave it a try. Very impressive in how it all works especially in panning around and up and down - just like being in a real place. Image quality was not quite as sharp as I had hoped but with a $17 VR kit I don't think you can expect too much
It may also be the image resolution needs to be kept low in the app in order for it all to work with the existing power of the processors. My phone got noticeably warm in just a few minutes running this but fun stuff !
Long ago I bought a cell phone and was informed by Circuit City I was the first person to buy the very first Digital Cell phone in a test market area in California. I couldn't even use it for a couple days as they were not set up to activate until 6:00 AM on the coming Friday. I was on the land line phone at 5:59 AM that morning and was told I was the first person to activate a Digital Cell phone. They gave me my choice of any phone number I wanted.
CA = Cellaholics Anonymous