ARCore 1.0 Ships for Augmented Reality Android Apps

ARCore 1.0 Ships for Augmented Reality Android Apps

ARCore 1.0 Ships for Augmented Reality Android Apps

Google is hoping to bring an augmented reality revolution to Android devices, and technologies like ARCore and Lens are the stepping stones to that achievement. Now developers can publish AR apps directly to the Play Store.

Keen Android users who've been following a somewhat obscure Google Issue Tracker thread from November of a year ago celebrated an exciting new development today.

To help fix that, one Android user filed an issue through the Google Issue Tracker (by way of 9to5Google) which was meant to draw Google's attention to the fact that hardware in today's smartphones supports dark themes much better than light themes, and that they'd like a fundamental change to this particular situation.

ARCore, the tech giant's augmented reality (AR) software development kit (SDK) for Android, is out of preview and is now launching as version 1.0.

Google released Android Oreo Go in December, touting a lightweight version of Android that leaves twice the amount of space on storage-constrained, low-end smartphones.

Just a couple days before the world's biggest smartphone convention kicks off in Barcelona, Google is rolling out updates for a number of its most interesting Android features.

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Variety was first to report about the impending launch of ARCore at Mobile World Congress Thursday.

Also, seems Nokia 8 users will be able to use camera-based Lens experience within the Google Assistant.

New apps will include experiences from Snapchat, Sotheby's, Porsche and, Google said.

"Future Android releases" is rather vague, but with Android P coming soon, it wouldn't be surprising to see one (or both) make it into Android 9.0. The tool, available in a Google Photos update for iPhones and Androids, uses Google's image searching power to identify objects and text in your photos and make them searchable. This will allow features to use Lens features after a photo has been taken, the live functionality inside Google Assistant will be coming to some upcoming devices from Samsung, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Sony, and HMD/Nokia.

Lens will also get improved support for recognizing common animal and plants, such as specific dog breeds and flowers.

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