Google’s iPhone-to-Android AR loll examination is now live for …


Trying Just A Line in AR during this year’s Google I/O. It works opposite Android and iPhone now.

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Maybe we didn’t locate a news during this year’s Google I/O conference, though Google’s grown a fascinating apparatus for enabling multiplayer AR on phones called Cloud Anchors, that syncs positions opposite devices. It even works opposite iOS and Android.

The Just A Line app already existed on Android, and is a doodling app in AR. But a app only went live on iOS, too, and is Google’s initial Android-to-iOS AR experiment.

To work, both phones perplexing a collaborative doodling need to be nearby any other, and afterwards can span in-app to start doing ARdoodles together.

The app can be found here for Android, or here for iOS.

Download it (I am), and try it out. Maybe we’ll see a lot some-more of these to come. See next for Cloud Anchor AR games we attempted during Google I/O a few weeks ago.


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