July 19, 2024

Darcy Hagey

Digital Breakthroughs Progress

6 Augmented Reality Apps That Are F

3 min read
6 Augmented Reality Apps That Are F


The augmented reality app market is growing at a rapid pace. This is because AR is being used in more and more everyday situations. From finding furniture in your home, to trying out make up on yourself before buying it, there are lots of ways you can use AR apps. Here are some of my favorites:

6 Augmented Reality Apps That Are F

AR Studio

AR Studio is a tool for creating augmented reality (AR) experiences. It’s used to create AR experiences for the web, mobile devices, and physical spaces.

AR Studio makes it easy to develop high-quality apps by providing prebuilt components that can be customized as needed.

Google Translate

Translate is a free app that can translate text and speech. You can use it to translate text in real time, or you can pre-record your speech and then play it back. It’s not quite as good at understanding accents as some other translation services, but it still gets the job done.

The best thing about Google Translate is its ability to help you learn new languages–and more importantly: how they’re spoken! If there’s an unfamiliar word or phrase while listening to someone talk (such as “I’ll see you soon”), simply tap on it for an explanation in English!

Ikea Place

Ikea Place is a free app that lets you place furniture into your home. You can use it to see how furniture will fit in your room, or even if you’re thinking about moving and want to know what the new space would look like with different pieces of furniture.

You can change the size, color, and orientation of each item onscreen so that it matches yours exactly–or just imagine how cool it would be if all of your stuff were different colors!

Snapchat Lens Studio

Snapchat is a social media app that allows you to add special effects to your photos and videos. You can use this app to create your own AR effects, or filters. This is an easy-to-use tool for creating custom Snapchat Lenses, and it’s free!

Just a Line

Just a Line is an augmented reality app that lets you draw on your phone. It works by scanning the surface of any object, then letting you place and manipulate virtual objects on top of it. You can also use it to create 3D models, animate video clips and more.

The limitations are that it only works on mobile devices and there are some bugs when using this app.

You can use this app for many different things such as: making art or animations; decorating items in real-time with fun effects like flames or snowflakes; creating virtual stickers for photos or videos; playing games like Pictionary where everyone gets involved at once instead of just one person who draws while everyone else watches!


Anchorshot is a fun game that lets you shoot virtual arrows at targets. The app was developed by AR Games and is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

It can be used as a party game or to play with friends, but it also features online multiplayer where you can challenge others in real time.

I’m going to try out some of these apps and see if they work.

I’m going to try out some of these apps and see if they work.

I was inspired by the article “6 Augmented Reality Apps That Are Fun To Use” by Alice Worell, who writes for TheNextWeb.com. I found it really interesting and thought that you would enjoy learning about some new AR apps too!


I’m really impressed with what these apps can do. I think they are going to be a big part of the future of augmented reality, and we’re just getting started.