Saturday, 18 November, 2017

Amazon adds Augmented Reality support to their Store app

Amazon's mobile app gets new AR shopping feature Butterfield works to update iPhone app
Garry Little | 02 November, 2017, 00:28

A Butterfield spokesman said: “It is my understanding that a new version of the app will be available on the App Store shortly.”. Check out Amazon's Electronics Gift Guide and get a head start on your holiday gift planning and shopping. After placing a product in AR, you can move its position or rotate it, and pressing the button with three dots will take you to the full product page for initiating a purchase. Built on Apple's ARKit technology in iOS 11, AR View provides shoppers with a better understanding of how products will look when placed inside their homes. To achieve this, Amazon has launched a new feature for its iOS app that is called AR View. They can then select from thousands of items - from living room, bedroom, kitchen and home office products to electronics, toys and games, home décor and more. In addition, buyers can also customize colors on the virtual products to find the right combination.

Amazon wants to give you even more reason to buy everything you could possibly want online just in time for the holiday season - so the e-retail behemoth is branching out into another state of reality. Such concepts, along with helping customers to make an informed choice about the product they are buying, also helps retailers push their sales along with lower returns.

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