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Wikitude for BlackBerry 7 now available in BlackBerry App World

 

Wikitude

Wikitude, the Augmented Reality app which comes pre-loaded on BlackBerry 7 devices, is now available for download via BlackBerry App World.  Wikitude allows you to see places, points of interests and even your BBM contacts using Augmented Reality through your camera’s field of vision.

Wikitude features include:

  • Find events, tweets, Wikipedia articles, ATMs, restaurants, user reviews and much more around you
  • Interact with your BBM contacts and discover new BBM users around you as you have never done before.
  • Experience places near you in augmented reality or show them on a map or list view
  • Browse more than 150 million places and interactive content from more than 1,000 content providers or so called “Worlds”
  • Explore and identify places and objects near by
  • Search for specific places, for example “thai restaurant”
  • Find mobile coupons and discounts for stores and shops near you

Wikitude is a free BlackBerry download and you can pick it up for your BlackBerry 7 device in BlackBerry App World.

Wikitude for BlackBerry 7 now available in BlackBerry App World is a post from: RIMarkable, the Unofficial BlackBerry Weblog...

Wikitude for BlackBerry 7 now available in BlackBerry App World
Robb Dunewood
Wed, 17 Aug 2011 03:51:35 GMT

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