Over 100 million people lived their childhood fantasies of catching, training, and battling Pokémon. The app’s enormous popularity sparked public interest in augmented reality technology as a whole. In fact, since Pokemon Go‘s release, the number of AR app downloads has exploded by over 300%.
That’s why we compiled a list of the latest Augmented Reality Apps that You Should Try out. The apps that support AG can be a way out of standard boring apps. Some people might find them more interesting that’s why we have compiled a list for you to try some out.
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Mondly, a language learning platform, created an AR app to help you practice your speaking abilities with your very own virtual language assistant.
Your digital assistant can converse with you in seven different languages Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, British and English. With MondlyAR’s advanced features like speech recognition, chatbot technology, and artificial intelligence, she can also give you feedback on your pronunciation and make your lessons as engaging as possible by summoning virtual animals, instruments, and other objects to your room.
If you are thinking about getting a tatoo then you are in luck. With inkHunter you can place a tatoo on the required body area/part and get a first hand look of the final result.
Inkhunter leverages augmented reality to take the guesswork out of getting a tattoo. After you upload your own art to the app or choose designs from Inkhunter’s gallery, all you have to do is mark the potential area for your tattoo and hover your phone over the mark to see how it’d look on your body, letting you think before you ink.
3. Star Chart
Stargazing has been a pastime for thousands of years. Who doesn’t love admiring a bright, dusty sky full of stars and learning about the wonders above? Unfortunately, if you didn’t study astronomy, the heavens can be quite challenging to understand.
With Star Chart, though, you can identify any star, constellation, meteor shower, comet, and planet in our solar system. All you have to do is point your phone to the night sky, and the app will automatically follow your movements, chart the sky, and teach you some cool tidbits about space. The app is available for the Android platform.