Some of our readers will remember the Wikitude augmented reality browser for Android, we just got an email from the developers to let us know that the app has been updated and it now supports Android Honeycomb tablets.
The Wikitude World Browser is now compatible with all Android Honeycomb devices, and this includes tablets running Honeycomb 3.0 and Honeycomb 3.1, which include the LG Optimus Pad, Samsung P4, Motorola Xoom and Asus Eee Pad Transformer.
“With so many great tablets coming to market, we are excited about this new version of the Wikitude World Browser with specifically tablet users in mind. This tablet optimized version of Wikitude offers a split screen, which enables you to see the Augmented Reality view and the World selection screen at the same time. It’s now really easy to switch between the different worlds around you without losing the camera view or having to return to the home screen” explains Andreas Hauser, Head of Android Development at Wikitude.
As well as being compatible with Android Honeycomb tablets, the Wikitude also supports the majority of Android smartphones, it is available as a free download from the Android Market.
Filed Under: Android News, Tablet News
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