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Wikitude

Wikitude

1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads

Pros
  • Lots of resources (Worlds)
  • List of objects and distance
  • User-friendly UI
  • Good-looking layout
Cons
  • Needs GPS and networks which leaks battery
  • Accuracy could be improved
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"Your World Browser"

Reviewed by / Sep 20, 2011

Wikitude is a multiplatform app that uses geolocation in an innovative way

Wikitude provides a dashboard of resources that uses geolocation. Each one of these resources are called "World". Thus, Twitter, Foursquare, Wikipedia located places, Flickr, Youtube and many many others are Worlds in which you can find users that have marked their position in a tweet, a check-in, a picture, etc.

You can see the list of nearby resources (users, tweets, places, etc), view them on a map or hold up your smartphone to explore your surroundings. You will see the objects overlayed the camera display (like in Google Sky Maps). We're pretty sure that such Augmented Reality (AR) resources will amazed you. This way you will be able to easily find events, tweets, Wikipedia entries, ATMs, restaurants... whatever, more than you even imagine.

What's more, you can add Worlds to your personal dashboard. There are lots of them: Instagram, Pizza's nearby, Booking.com, Hospitals, Skateparks, Mountain Peaks, Irish Pubs, Starbucks, Hertz Car Rental,...

Wikitude is set in a good-looking layout and a user-friendly UI that makes quickly get the hang of it.

Wikitude has been developed by Wikitude GmbH and they're reaching great success with this app in iOS and Android.

Actually, Wikitude World Browser is on the way to change the way we look for surrounding services. Augmented Reality resources need to evolve and improve, but its going to be a must-have in our smartphones sooner than later. Recommendable.

This app was featured in one of our videoreviews. Watch it here.

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Developer's original description available here
See more with Wikitude. Wikitude allows you to see more than your eyes only could capture. Wikitude's "computer vision" is a bit like magic and connects you with the world in a completely new way. Use Wikitude as a tool to experience augmented reality content, campaigns, projects, promotions, games and so much more by simply scanning the things you see!

Do you know what you are looking for or do you have a "code"? Just type it into the search box at the top and let Wikitude augment your world.

Bring print media to life with additional augmented content including videos, animations, 3D models, Facebook and “Buy Now” buttons.

Scan selected magazines, newspapers, ads, brochures, packaging and much much more.

Want to use Wikitude’s award winning technology in your own app, brand, or agency campaign? Visit us at www.wikitude.com to find out more!

We’re constantly optimizing Wikitude for the best possible user experience on as many platforms and devices as possible. If you’ve found a severe issue, please let us know about it at bugs@wikitude.com. Please let us know your device type and OS version number.

Wikitude requires Internet access, compass, accelerometer, rear facing camera, openGL 2.0+ and at least Android 4. For precise location fetching also "Google Play services" app must be installed, which usually comes preinstalled on your Android phone.

Recently changed in this version

- Minor improvements (Fixes possible crash on some devices on cam start)
- Now with Intel x86 support


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Comments and ratings for Wikitude
  • (66)

    by Tevin Curniffe on 27/06/2014

    No use at all

  • (66)

    by Timothy Springer on 26/06/2014

    This is a cool app

  • (66)

    by Mario Montalvo on 25/06/2014

    I got a new phone and had to upgrade. Now I can't do Instagram location-based searches.

  • (66)

    by Abhishek Bhandwaldar on 15/06/2014

    Love it

  • (66)

    by Aayy Jay on 08/06/2014

    Giant annoying ad things take up giant portions of the interface

  • (66)

    by Eamon Fitzgerald on 31/05/2014

    Just like Google goggles more or less

  • (66)

    by al-Muthenna al-Jarah on 31/05/2014

    驚くべき