+ Monday January 21st, 2019 Ausdroid » News and Editorial » Google has released an interesting new ARCore app to Google Play

The launch of ARCore v1.0 prior to Mobile World Congress effectively opened the flood gates on Augmented Reality (AR) apps in Google Play, and Google has released a new one as well with Just a Line – Draw Anywhere, with AR.

The app which has been released as part of their AR Experiments , looks like a lot of fun. It’s pretty simple, you draw lines on the screen that hang in the air in AR and then film a short video that you can share as an MP4. The sharing of the output as a video is a little inconvenient, but perhaps next version will include a GIF conversion.

Understandably, as an ARCore app, it’s only available to install on ARCore compatible devices which include the Pixel phones, Galaxy S7/S8 and Note 8 series phones, as well as LG V30/V30+, One Plus 5 and Asus Zenfone AR.

To try it out, head over to Google Play and download it (if your phone is compatible), or head to g.co/justaline to learn more.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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Tried to install on OnePlus 5 but when I to install a blank white screen pops up that just says “Purchase options” and nothing else. Can’t get any further.

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