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This is the top free app using the record Apple says is the future (AAPL)

The early leader holding advantage of Apple’s next big thing is a
free app that uses your iPhone’s camera to place a cuddly pet
dragon in the genuine universe around you.

Say hi: AR DragonAR Dragon lets you take
caring of an darling virtual pet.
PlaySide

“AR
Dragon” from PlaySide is the most-downloaded free
app that requires Apple’s ARkit, according a new analysis
of the top apps using Apple’s new protracted reality program from
Sensor Tower.

Augmented reality is a record that lets you see virtual
elements in the genuine world. ARKit creates it easier for app
developers to put things like virtual dragons on top of tables,
or concede your iPhone’s camera to work as a ruler. 

Sensor Tower’s research is one of the first looks at what ARKit
apps are doing good and which ones people seem to be peaceful to
compensate for. Apps that concentration on an augmented-reality experiences
and use ARKit have been downloaded 3 million times since
Sep 19, according to Sensor
Tower. 

53% of those downloads have been for games, according to Sensor
Tower’s analysis, including “AR Dragon,” which
lets users train and grow a pet dragon, choosing
when to give him food or play with him, for example. 

The second largest difficulty is application apps, like Ikea Place,
which lets you see how seat would demeanour in your home, and

TapMeasure, Occipital’s app for measuring the distance of
objects. 

Here are the top ARKit-only apps so far, according to Sensor
Tower: 


top arkit apps
Sensor
Tower

The new fart app


Tim Cook HaloGetty

However, ARKit apps haven’t turn a sensation. For example, “AR
Dragon” is only the no. 587 free game by downloads,
according to Sensor Tower. 

In comments progressing this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook compared the
launch of ARKit to the launch of Apple’s App Store. He
compared the early apps using ARKit to the early third-party apps
for the iPhone, which were
criticized for being gimmicks. 

“Think back to 2008, when the App Store went live. There was the
initial turn of apps and people looked at them and said, ‘this
is not anything, mobile apps are not going to take off,” Cook

told the Independent. 

And then step by step things start to move. And it is sort
of a curve, it was just exponential – and now you couldn’t
suppose your life but apps. Your health is on one app, your
financials, your shopping, your news, your party – it’s
everything,” he continued. “AR is like that. It will be that
dramatic.”

ARkit gives Apple a way to see the possibilities of the
record using its hulk developer base. Apple doesn’t often
tinker in public, so instead, it’s vouchsafing program makers for
the iPhone and iPad experiment.  

At the same time, though, Apple has teams dedicated to building
augmented-reality hardware, including smartglasses. Many
technologists, including people inside
Apple, believe that amply modernized smartglasses
may be means to replace all the screens in the lives
— even
the iPhone.

The Apple eyeglasses are years divided at the earliest. “Today we can
tell you the record itself doesn’t exist to do that in a
peculiarity way. The display record required, as good as putting
adequate things around your face – there’s outrageous hurdles with
that,” Cook
told the Independent. 

But in the meantime, enthusiasts can now download
apps that place lovable and cuddly pet dragons in the real
world. 

Seen a particularly crafty ARkit app? Email the author
at kleswing@businessinsider.com.

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