Augmented Reality Evolved: Layar 3.5 Hits Android Market

Layar, the world’s leading mobile Augmented Reality Platform and browser, has just released version 3.5 of their Reality Browser into the Android Market. Starting today, the new version of the browser makes it even easier for users to search and discover the world around them. This release makes it so that users simply open the app and instantly see dynamic content displayed with in real-time with distances, contact information, and more.

As of today there are over 700 layers available with several thousand on the way. According to their blog, over 2.4 million objects are served every day to over 2 million users. Layar’s new patent pending Stream Technology allows for pretty much any location based object, place, or event to be viewed at time and location based on relevancy to users. Among the layers available are check-in services, coupons, status updates, attractions, amusement parks, gaming, and information.

For more information on the latest release, head over to the Layar blog.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. TareX
    June 02, 17:31 Reply

    It would be great till Google decides to integrate Live Mode into Android's Google Maps after buying Enkin more than 2 years ago. I don't know why it's taking them so long. If it's not coming to Gingerbread, it never will.

  2. @kpoz
    June 03, 06:06 Reply

    I like that it opens instantly to the dynamic content.

  3. eka
    July 13, 02:00 Reply

    nice post. thakns for sharing. i like it :p

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