Sometimes called beacon scanners, Physical Web browsers are the tools consumers receive signals from nearby beacons, giving them access to information and to interact with nearby places and things.
As the champions of the Physical Web, the team at Google is pushing improvements and encouraging other mainstream browsers like Safari, Opera, Firefox and Microsoft’s Edge browser to also support the open source standard. They’re also encouraging others to add to the community of resources.
The PHY.net Physical Web Browser brings a new and improved visual experience to the Physical Web by pulling pictures from relevant Open Graph Image data, as well as JSON-LD Image data from existing web pages.
These iOS Physical Web apps are designed to see any Physical Web beacon within range.
These Android Physical Web apps are designed to see any Physical Web beacon within range.
Do you know of another browser we need to add to the list? Let us know.