More and more augmented reality apps are becoming available for the iPhone 3GS. Wheremark is about to release an AR app under the same name that offers Google Local search augmented onto your surrounding.
In the Wheremark app search results appear on the screen, floating over the actual location. WhereMark provides also for users to create content tied to a location. Users can build their own wheremarks in the app and use them as they would other wheremarks. Saving a favorite restaurant, interesting landmark or leaving a location based reminder is now a reality.
AR totally makes sense for Google Local Search. It is just very sci-fi to see labels floating above your real surrounding.
The WhereMark AR app for the iPhone 3GS will be free and should turn up soon in the iTunes store. In the meantime you can watch a demonstration video of WhereMark below.
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