The future of augmented reality in 2019

2019 is an exciting year for mobile apps. With the explosion of powerful mobile devices, augmented reality apps are becoming a hot commodity. Last year, Apple released iOS 12 for their mobile device lineup and with it, ARKit 2 – a massive leap for augmented reality on iOS. Apple also included a built-in AR application called Measure. With this, you can scan an area with your camera and place anchor points on the surfaces of objects within the frame. These points then display accurate distances between them. Seeing a native AR application included with Apple’s system toolkit looks promising, which may help familiarize users with the great utility AR has to offer.
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The changing dialogue between businesses and their audiences

Language is constantly changing. If not for language evolution, we would not be able to talk about modern and ever-changing concepts, media, and inventions. This constant change, however, affects the ways businesses interact with their audiences.
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Google AMP project

#TechOnTap: Get amped for Google AMP

Instant mobile news publishing is quite the trend this year. Earlier this fall, we saw Facebook roll out their Instant Articles followed by Apple News. Both of these technologies have changed the way mobile users access news and publications, allowing for an almost instant view of information and increased engagement.

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