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Augmented Reality Apps for Android

May 23, 2014 01:11 PM EDT


Quest Visual recently announced its being acquired by Google. World Lens Translator can now incorporate Quest Visual's technology into Google Translate's broad language coverage and translation capabilities in the future. Augmented Reality Apps for Android are productive and convenient for Augmented Reality users. The apps can even integrated with pro plans or versions with select companies.

Augmented reality is a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. Various technologies are used in Augmented Reality rendering including optical projection systems, monitors, hand held devices, and display systems worn on one's person

Top Augmented Reality Apps for Android:


Augment is an Android Augmented Reality App available at Google Play. Augment is one of the leading Augmented Reality apps and platforms, helping businesses improve sales efficiency and enhance their brand value through Augmented Reality. Founded in 2011, Augment is backed by 9 French Business Angels, headquartered in Paris.

Sketcher 3D Lite

The Android app Sketcher 3D Lite is a 3D modeling, design, and fun physics sandbox. Create and manipulate 3D objects, plan out a space, or just build things and knock them down! This is the LITE version: saving scenes is disabled, OBJ export is disabled, first person fly-through camera is disabled, and scenes are limited to a maximum of 10 objects. Android users can also purchase the PRO version.

Autodesk AutoCAD

The AutoCAD Autodesk app for Android is available at Google Play. AutoCAD 360 is free CAD software that allows you to view, edit, and share drawings from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer. Compare AutoCAD 360 free, Pro, and Pro Plus features and plans which are found at the company website.

Droid 2 CAD

Droid 2 CAD is available at Google Play. Droid 2 CAD lets Android users capture points or locations using your android handset's GPS then export them to file for later use. Points can be auto numbered or named when captured these are included in the export along with the geographic coordinates for easy identification later on. Individual points can be copied or deleted by long pressing on the point entry in main point list. Capture photos though the application and they will be associated with a point. An Integrated Google maps view allows users to check how accurate your captured points are and adjust using drag and drop functionality to improve accuracy before exporting.

Check back here at Droid Report again soon for more new Augmented Reality Apps for Android.

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