Recently, afaqs, an online portal company in partnership with Adstuck Consulting Pvt. Ltd., an Augmented Reality firm has launched a new augmented reality app by the name of afaqs areal.
Online PR News – 06-August-2013 – New Delhi – Recently, afaqs, an online portal company in partnership with Adstuck Consulting Pvt. Ltd., an Augmented Reality firm has launched a new augmented reality app by the name of afaqs areal. The magic app was launched on 5th of July 2013 after the collective effort of Adstuck and afaqs. The app afaqs areal is a cloud based magical app with unlimited recognition capability and augmentation. It enables visual search with the help of smartphone. The afaqs areal app is available for all smartphone users at free of cost. It is a powerful tool which can be downloaded from Google play store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adstuck.afaqs).
Just on a single click you can enjoy the magical augmented reality app on your smartphone. Now run the app and experience augmented reality in your surroundings.
afaqs deliver all types of news from entertainment, government, marketing and professional media sectors in India. The company website delivers extensive latest news for Indian public. The company aims at delivering quality news in user interactive manner. To target the general audience afaqs areal app has been launched to deliver the content in user interactive and understandable manner. The AR app - afaqs areal is an important step in digital technology.
As digitization is growing among reader, they prefer online media to gather news. Simultaneously can gather companies are exploiting media to any type of information in one go via internet. Reading text has become quite boring among news reader they prefer to hear or see the news other than reading the text. Keeping today's thought in mind afaqs has launched a mobile app with the name of afaqs areal.
The app creates customer engagement and let you experience the spectacular 3D world. Before launching afaqs areal app, Adstuck has also developed a popular augmented reality app named - Alive for news reader in partnership with Times of India.