ARCore is Google’s platform for mobile augmented reality. It was announced in 2017, with Google later deprecating Tango for the current solution that does not require specialized sensors, cameras, or other hardware. Google today renamed the ARCore app on Android to “Google Play Services for AR.”
ARCore Stories August 5
ARCore Stories August 1
ARCore Stories June 26
[Update: Galaxy Tab S5e, more] Google ARCore support comes to Sony Xperia 1, Xiaomi Mi 9, Asus Zenfone 6
Google ARCore support has now rolled out to the recently released Sony Xperia 1, the Xiaomi Mi 9, and the Asus Zenfone 6, allowing you to enjoy the fruits of Google’s augmented reality labor.
ARCore Stories June 17
OnePlus 7, 7 Pro, 7 Pro 5G now support Google ARCore
To be able to try some of the greatest augmented reality experiences available today—like dancing with Childish Gambino or placing a great white shark in your room—you’ll need a device compatible with Google’s ARCore. Google maintains a list of Android and iOS devices that are supported by ARCore, and all of the newest OnePlus devices have been added to this list, including the fantastic OnePlus 7 Pro.
ARCore Stories May 31
ARCore Stories May 17
Sharp’s dual-notch phone and General Mobile GM 9 Plus gain ARCore compatibility
Whether you want to get up close and personal with your favorite Pokémon, dance along with Childish Gambino, or learn more about the human anatomy, ARCore powers some of the best augmented reality experiences available today, on compatible devices. The latest phones to gain ARCore compatibility are the first devices on the list from Sharp and General Mobile.