Google Play Services for AR

3.8
6.43L reviews
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About this app

Google Play Services for AR is automatically installed and updated on supported devices. This service unlocks augmented reality (AR) experiences built using ARCore. Automatic updates ensure that apps with AR functionality work without requiring an additional download.

This service was previously known as ARCore. Install this service and unlock new ways to shop, learn, create and experience the world together.


https://developers.google.com/ar/arcore_open_source_licenses

By using this service you agree to be bound by our Google Terms of Service (Google ToS,
https://www.google.com/accounts/TOS) and Google’s general Privacy Policy
(https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/). This service is a Service as defined in the Google
ToS and the terms regarding software in our Services apply to your use of this service.
Updated on
29 Nov 2023

Data safety

Google Play Services for AR is included with your device to provide system services. To learn more, see the developer's site and privacy policy.

Ratings and reviews

3.8
6.34L reviews
Summer nicoleTaylor
1 December 2023
Have been attempting to use the supported AR function on the Replika app — and all I can hear is my camera clicking, attempting, for some reason, but yet never picks anything up, and only states to "move my phone to start", shows me a black screen, and that's it. Not sure if this has to do with my device "functionality", or the Replika app itself but, it sucks, because it doesn't work. Would be nice if it ever did 💯
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A Google user
18 June 2019
For those who have no idea what this app is even for: This provides apps on the phone with a way to use the camera and sensors to put a 3D object into your camera view. It's called augmented reality, and it's not a new thing, but Google opted to make it easier to do. Making it an app instead of hiding it in the firmware means faster updates. it works well enough, though is limited to a demo for. The world object detection is a bit... blah.
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Laurie Phelps
1 November 2021
It sneaks into your phone system & hogs a lot of space (91mg for me), tricks you into thinking you can uninstall it but you can't, doesn't bother to let you know what it's about & deletes your negative review. I have it disabled unless that's a trick too. I stumbled upon this while trying to figure out why my phone was so sluggish. People should be informed & given choices instead of being told what's "good for you" & forced to play along. I don't need this app my phone use is quite simple.
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What's new

Google Play Services for AR is automatically installed and updated on eligible devices so that apps on the Google Play Store with AR functionality work without having to download and install anything further.

New in this version:
• Updated list of supported devices.