Google Quietly Ends Support for Augmented Reality Measurement Apps
Google has killed many apps and features in the เล่นสล็อตฟรีได้เงินจริง past. Which is not surprising for such a large organization. The latest death? The augmented reality measuring app, which quietly retired as noted by Android Police, will start as an app for the tech giant's deprecated Tango AR platform until Google expands its availability to the tech giant. All smartphones supporting ARCore in 2018
Google confirmed this with a statement saying: "We can no longer support ongoing maintenance for the Measure app, but we recommend trying the alternatives available on the Play Store.Apps will no longer show on Google Play if you haven't previously installed the app on your device. If the app is still on your phone The list of apps says
The app is no longer supported and will not be updated." However, you will continue to use it if it is still installed.just like its name The app turns your device into a virtual tape measure that you can use to know the dimensions of real-world objects. You just have to point your camera at those objects. Based on the reviews left by users on Google Play,
the app is unstable and prone to crashes. Its size isn't quite right. And its feature is quite buggy. While the company launched additional unit conversions for it last year. There aren't many major updates to the app. Seeing that the development is slow and sporadic Its demise should have been a long time coming.