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Why Should You Integrate AR and VR in the Mobile Apps?

Why Should You Integrate AR and VR in the Mobile Apps?,


When you ask why AR VR Technology?

The next question popping in the head is why not?

Augmented reality and virtual reality are trending, they are modern, and they bring engagement and whatnot. So, instead of asking why, ask why not. By integrating AR and VR into the app, the app will become highly interactive and improves app performance. The business app will benefit the most as AR and VR reinvent the way users receive the information from the app and interact with the environment. Not just one or two, there are several different industries that benefited from using these technologies into their apps.

App development is a field where plenty of trends come and go. AR and VR are from those trends which are already introduced, have made a significant place, and are not going anywhere for plenty of years to come.

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Some of the most popular apps like Snapchat and PokemonGo brought the trend into mobile application development. It started with these two dynamic apps and now it spread like a plague or in the current situation Spread like CoronaVirus would seem a better fit. This virus is not good to catch but catching this trend and implementing it in your upcoming mobile app is definitely beneficial.

Let’s note when and how AR/VR is a useful addition to the mobile apps.

  1. Shopping becomes Super Fun

Shopping apps are quite a popular category. But aren’t there plenty of shopping apps already? The competition is high and adding AR and VR to the shopping app is one of the best ways to make it stand out in the herd of other apps.

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Now, how can it uplift your app?

People get confused about whether the dress they like would actually look good when they wear them. This confusion will wash away with AR technology. The shoppers can actually see how picked items would look on them. Certain users don’t complete the transaction and leave midway just because of this thought.

Now, the sales and revenue both will go high as people will be confident and not leave the items in the cart but rather in their ordered list. So, it’s a win-win situation for both the app owner and the app owner and the app users. It’s one step closer to building a loyal customer base.

  1. Real Estate will Run Smoother

When we live in distant places, at times we have to select a property based on the images. With Virtual reality in the real estate apps, the users can see the property as if they are seeing it for real.

Buying or renting a property is a big decision involving a lot of money. If a user can virtually see the property, they can see the spacing, wall color, setting for furniture adjustment, outside view, garden, and many such things. Users will know where they are putting their money. This will allow them to put their trust on the property as well as your app. They will recommend your app to their other users starting word of mouth marketing.

  1. Interior Designing will become Dope

Interior designing is all about which thing will go where and how it will look. Moving décor items from one place to another to check if it looks good or can be better elsewhere is a troublesome work. Augmented reality and virtual reality can ease things up. They allow the users to place décor items without actually having to move it.

Isn’t that something your users will adore?

And when you provide them something others don’t they are going to stick with your mobile app. So, if you are looking to develop an app for interior design, make sure to take it a notch higher with AR and VR. Not just that while shopping for furniture, it helps the user to check the size, color, texture, and such other things as if they are shopping live.

  1. AR and VR can Come in Handy for Hotel Booking

No traveler would want to ruin their vacation because of a bad hotel experience. They see something in images and get something else when they reach the hotel. Images can fool you at times. But, when the hotel booking apps use AR and VR technology into their app development process, this won’t happen. The users can virtually check the hotel room and see whether it is up to the mark or not. Book only when the look hooks.

  1. Healthcare will Hype

Health apps prove to be very helpful to patients. They help book an online appointment and also assist in the online consultation. Video call generally helps with online consultation. But, with the integration of AR and VR, the online consultation of the patient will be very accurate. There are various other benefits that AR and VR bring to the healthcare industry.

  1. Education and Training

Integrating augmented reality into education and training will make it more interactive and engaging. The study can be boring or let’s face it apart from the scholars it is boring for every average student.

Adding a touch of AR can make it interesting and add fun to learning. Education apps describe the subject step by step to help students study a particular subject in detail. Learning different languages also becomes easy as VR brings different countries right where the student is sitting.

Wrapping Up

Every industry has some great benefits to take away from AR and VR.

So, what is your business and what can you get from it?

Have you thought about integrating it into your business app?

If not now is the time. You can make your app unique, interactive, engaging, and get more users, the loyal one for your app. Make sure to hire a reliable mobile app development company USA to get quality output for your invested money.

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Why Should You Integrate AR and VR in the Mobile Apps? was originally published in AR/VR Journey: Augmented & Virtual Reality Magazine on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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Author: Juned Ghanchi

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