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Wikitude now augmenting reality on Windows Phone

Tim Stevens
January 10, 2012
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Ever wonder what your reality could be like with a bit of augmentation? If you're on one of just about any mobile platform known to man (even Bada) you've been able to get one of the best augmented reality browsers on the planet: Wikitude. But, those on Windows Mobile have had to do without. Until now. Wikitude has hit the Windows Phone Marketplace, making use of the Mango updates to let the app dynamically overlay what's going on around you. Best part? It's totally free, so hit it up.

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