The most powerful and well-advanced technology to introduce the Google’s like “Google ARCore“, the Google ARCore is one type of Augmented Reality (AR) tech, that exciting on android devices through his software apps. The Google has worked on the Tango’s project for the past three years, and it developed from these fundamental technologies as Tango’s and is a direct take on Apple’s ARKit. Although it does promise some development in the field of AR by let you view AR props just by using your Smartphone,If you want to get Google ARCore on your Android phone then below link to download the apk file on your phone.

Note: It currently supports Google Pixel and Samsung’s Galaxy S8, running on Android 7.0 Nougat or above.

Here’s you can get Google ARCore on any Android phone [APK]

Google is already working with other possible Android device manufacturers as well to bring ARCore to as many Android devices as possible by the end of the preview. And while it’ll take time for Google to make things just right and add support for more Android devices, some nice people over at Github have already made it possible for us simple to install and test ARCore on any of our Android devices.

Here’s Get ARCore on Any Android Device


Step 1: Download and install the modded ARCore Service APK on your device.

Step 2: After this, download and install the APK of Hello AR – an app based on ARCore – on the same device.

Get ARCore on Any Android Device

How to Use ARCore:

Google ARCore on any Android phone

If you have a successfully ARCore on your Android Smartphone, the next (and the obvious) step is to launch the Hello AR app. When you open it, you will find that it is a clutter-free app that only has the camera interface. If you point it toward a plain surface, it will recognize it, and then you can tap on the screen to add AR props (currently Bugdroids). You will also notice that, once you add a prop, they will always appear at the same location. And, irrespective of whether you move the camera or not, they will stay there until you re-open the app.

Also to this methods wouldn’t work on Moto G3 and Nexus 5X, but, sadly, the app crashed on them every time. Given that it is only a preview version of ARCore, I would like to give it the benefit of the hesitation. Anyway, if you happen to own a flagship device from either this year or last year, the method should work successfully for you.

Try ARCore on Any Android Device?

Google is making a bet on ARCore to win the market share of increased reality features. With the SDK available to developers, various apps based on ARCore are set to come to many more devices by the end of this year. For the time being, you can get the ARCore on your device through the aforesaid method and give it a shot. So, did you try out ARCore on your Android device? Do let me know in the comments section below.

 

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