The first AR Twitter client for Android

Experience Twitter with Augmented Reality in Android!!

Look at the wall in front of you. How will you like if tweets suddenly started appearing on it? If this sounds exciting to you, then download the app right away.

To make sure you don’t miss any tweet from your favourite Twitter people, we have crafted a nice solution with a AR twist to it.

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2 Reviews5.0/5
Releasing our new app, Tweetility in Beta version, the first Android twitter client with Augmented Reality. Available for free in PlayStore starting from today! Since I am bored because of the clutter created in my Twitter feed page, I tried to solve it, with some awesome technology like AR. So, in this app, here you get to choose your favorite accounts and Tweetility makes sure you don't miss any of their tweets. Using Google's latest AR SDK called ARCore available since last year, and which got optimised much from the 2.0 version, I have been working very hard everynight on this project for the past 2 months. My goal is to enhance this app, so that we can checkout the tweets using the upcoming AR glasses, we will be using in the near future. If you are still not convinced, download the app anyway. You never know how colourful your screen can get. Compatible with all ARCore supported devices mentioned here:
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@bazzhangz Hi! Nice work, what features are you planning to add?
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@rlvl since I released this app in Beta, I need to make this to available to everyone first, based on the response, post that I planning have the below features 1. allowing user to tweet from the app 2. playing videos in the AR card 3. integrating the AR glasses
CON: I have an Android 7- and i cant install it...?=!
@sven_kudszus hey sven, sorry for that, since I am using Google's SDK, ARCore, my app will support only the devices support by ARCore, please check this

And, you have to do that "AR Setup" everytime.


It's fun


Initial "AR setup" takes time at least on Android

@shobhit thanks for sharing your comments, since the app works on ARCore, it needs to installed for the first time, for the next time install, you dont want ARcore, coz, it will automatically installed in your hardware