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  • Apple ARKit

    4.4★
    1 review
    A framework to create Augmented Reality experiences for iOS

    We're implementing ARKit scenes into Episode 2 of our Victorian detective adventure Silent Streets: https://youtu.be/n6xY0p-IjC4

    Apple's tec…

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  • Shopify AR

    4.5★
    3 reviews

    Introducing Shopify AR - everything a merchant needs to create augmented reality shopping experiences for their customers shopping on Safari in iOS12. Check out how some merchants are already using it:

    https://www.purecycles.com/products/urban-commuter-bike?variant=36496640074

    https://shophorne.com/products/signal-zig-zag-floor-lamp-si433

    We had such an easy time making our models - we can't wait to roll this out to all of our bikes. See for yourself! https://www.purecycles.co…

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  • Snapchat Lens Studio

    Snapchat Lens Studio is an AR development platform for anybody to build magical Augmented Reality experiences. Make your own dancing hot dog 🌭🕺

  • TweetReality

    3.6★
    4 reviews

    Enjoy Twitter with an Augmented Reality experience!

    -Features-

    * Timeline

    * Search tweets

    * Mentions

    * Profile

    * Write tweets

    * Reply to tweets

    * Like and Retweet

    * Share

    * 3D Experience - requires a VR headset

    * Mute, Block, Report Integrated

    Be contextual. Be simple.

  • Amazon Sumerian

    Amazon Sumerian lets you create and run virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and 3D applications quickly and easily without requiring any specialized programming or 3D graphics expertise.

  • Asteroid

    An augmented reality dev tool for creating 3D apps that react to their environment - no scripting required.

    Use imported CoreML models & 3D assets to build reactions to what the phone senses. A "reaction" notices something happening via the camera, and triggers something happening in 3D. AR apps in Asteroid are made by layering these reactions.

  • Apps for Intercom Inbox

    5.0★
    1 review
    Build and use apps that enable sales and support teams to communicate better with customers. Canvas Kit now has all of the components and webhooks you need to quickly build powerful apps for the Intercom Inbox for the 30,000+ businesses using Intercom.

    A great solution against data silos.

  • Arrow iOS

    4.4★
    2 reviews

    Arrow iOS is dope. I've been playing with the TestFlight and I love making it rain emojis 😍

    I've been using the beta for a few weeks, for my Instagram Stories. It replaced my use of stickers and text options in the Instagram compose…

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  • FaceReplaced

    4.6★
    1 review
    FaceReplaced is a brand new way to create 3D face filters out of virtually anything! Just snap a photo or import one, erase the background, and like magic it creates a mask for you. It works on pets, humans, stuffed animals, household objects, PNG images...
  • Catchar 2.0

    5.0★
    1 review
    Catchar 2.0 is the world's largest community, where creators and companies build, share and support the best Augmented & Mixed Reality projects that change the ways we interact with digital content and information.
  • wiARframe

    5.0★
    6 reviews

    Developing Augmented Reality is complicated but designing it shouldn't be! We want you to prototype AR content in minutes, then share those creations with the rest of the community to remix and learn from.

    Dedicated to simplifying AR design - no coding or 3D skills are required, just a browser, a modern smartphone and optionally an idea.

    I can’t think of a recent AR demo that can’t be replicated in WiARframe, and in a matter of minutes not days/weeks

  • Spark AR Studio

    5.0★
    1 review

    Create interactive augmented reality experiences with or without code, then share what you build with the world.

    just try it - You'll like it

  • Hologo

    Hologo is for students, teachers, schools and lifelong learners. The app brings immersive experiences to the education system, for students to learn better and for teachers to better teach concepts visually like never before using Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality Technology.

  • Svrf API

    Let your users search and experience the largest database of Augmented Reality face filters, 360 videos, and 360 photos. The Svrf API is free to use across all types of apps: camera, messaging, chat, dating, creation, community, and more.

  • Canvia

    5.0★
    2 reviews

    Canvia uses proprietary image processing and built-in sensors that adapt curated art to your room’s ambient visual conditions and décor

    Like the idea.

  • Kydy

    4.8★
    9 reviews

    Kydy is an AR Q&A app that sends talking AR creatures (Kydies) directly to your friends' hands. Each Kydy has a different voice. iMessage extension coming soon.

    I recommend it.

  • Vossle WebAR

    5.0★
    5 reviews
    Vossle is a No-Code WebAR development SaaS platform with which businesses can create augmented reality in under 1 minute. It requires No-app downloads to experience world target, image target based campaigns, games or face detection based tryons.
  • PhotoTime 2.0

    Automatic face sorting & keywords tagging for your photos
  • Torch

    5.0★
    1 review

    Torch is a cloud-based 3D design and prototyping app focused on mobile AR. Torch is like InVision or Framer, but for 3D.

    Our Design Environment let you import assets, create complex interactions, arrange multiple scenes, and add real-time collaborators—all without ever leaving 3D or your mobile device.

    the easiest, fastest, and best way to make a mobile ar experience. it really is a WYSIWYG for mobile AR

  • AR Content Creator by Vectary

    5.0★
    3 reviews

    Vectary is the first online 3D design tool that enables anyone to create original AR content for iPhones and Androids. Best part - you don’t need 3D or coding skills to use it - just embed Vectary 3D/AR Viewer.

    I built a simple webpage with AR features in a few hours using Vectary.