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The World’s First Specialist Augmented Reality App Store

Augmented reality is all around us – from our mobiles to television adverts. By 2017 it is estimated that the AR market will be worth an astonishing £5.2 billion, so it makes absolute sense to have a specialist site to make it easier to buy them.

Currently the AR apps are hidden in the millions of apps on the current congested platforms making it much harder to get them to market.
With everyone from football clubs to newspapers and even global cosmetics brands promoting their products using augmented reality the market is wide open for expansion.

The AR App Store is working on exclusive deals with leading app developers producing next generation apps in the following fields: education, modelling, militaria, architecture, football, technology, anatomy and food. Once the UK site has been tested and established it will be rolled out to Europe, the US and worldwide.

Founder Karl Adams who has spent the last 18 months developing this project says “Augmented Reality is not just a concept it is a practical “virtual reality” that will become a way of the future and a reality right now. It allows the user to have apps on their tablets and smart phones enabling them to conduct pleasure and business interactions with products, in a new interactive and totally engaging way”.

  • Expired
  • £4,700
    raised of £375,000 goal
  • Expired
    01 Nov 2014
  • 6
  • 20.00%
    equity available
  • £1,500,000
    pre-money valuation
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