Blippar - The AR browser 4+

    • 2.2 • 77 Ratings
    • Free



Discover a whole new world through your phone’s camera by ‘blipping’ everyday objects, products or images. Unlock helpful information, interact with your favourite brands, play videos, games, music and more. All through the magic of augmented reality and image recognition.

- Explore content that’s richer and more relevant than ever
- Point at products for branded experiences
- Start by pointing your camera at the sky for a weather report!

‘Blipping’ is simple:
1. Download and you’re ready to start ‘blipping’ almost anything in the world around you - from plants, art, cars - even your dinner! Hold your phone up and see what you discover.
2. Also, look out for the Blippar logo on packs, magazines and posters. ‘Blipp’ the whole page or product for amazing augmented reality experiences from your favourite brands.

To stay in the know on the latest blipps, follow @blippar on Instagram & Twitter, like us on Facebook or check the webpage.

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What’s New

Version 2.8.3

Bug fixes and iOS13 optimisations

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
77 Ratings

77 Ratings

betrep ,

What’s the point

Really don’t see the point of this app at all. If I want to know about something I’ll use a search engine, rather than point my phone at it. Just seems yet another way of targeting more unwanted advertising at me.

Leojon66 ,

Brings English Heritage magazine to life

Was sceptical due to poor reviews, but gave it a go - worked perfectly straight away, without having to set anything up, on the English Heritage magazine symbols, allowing you to see relevant videos etc. Also worked in Explore mode, giving all sorts of suggestions about the room and items in it. Haven't set up a profile but initial reaction is "this is great".

AugustXI ,

Such a shame

When Blippar first lunch I was one of early adopters and used it on a few experiential events. However in that time rather than develop better tools to create content and applications to use them in, it has fallen by the waste side. I love the idea and it should’ve have been the defacto in mobile AR. Instead the tools aren’t intuitive, the mobile app is extremely buggy. I wouldn’t put this in front of clients. Not in its current state. It’s such a shame Blippar.

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