AR based app “Clipdrop” is finally here
Finally, the Clipdrop application is available for which people were waiting for. The application has gained a lot of interest from tech lovers because of its easy to use approach and how it used augmented reality amazingly. Let’s dive into the details of the Clipdrop.
— The Verge (@verge) October 24, 2020
Applications based on augmented reality are not a new thing. Developers have been working on it for a long time. A few years back a famous application “Pokemon go” came into the market and amazed the world with its unique features. That application was also a great implementation of augmented reality. Clipdrop application allows users to capture pictures of real-world objects and then convert it into a reformed digital image. In the process, the background along with the object is eliminated and at the end, you have a refined digital image left with you. The best thing is that users can then paste that digital image on desktop displays and can later use it on that final device. Other things a user can do is copying clip text from a book or newspaper and then paste it on their word file directly. Isn’t it cool? There is no doubt that Clipdrop is an awesome representation of augmented reality.
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You can also use Clipdrop with other applications too including Canva, Photoshop and Powerpoint. This means that even if you are in the middle of your ongoing project on these applications you can utilize Clipdrop to paste the specific image into it. Clipdrop is available on almost every platform including Windows, Android, iOS and macOS. To unlock the complete features of the ar app, you will have to pay $39.99 payment.