WallaMe - Hide Augmented Reality messages
By Wallame Ltd
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Leave an Augmented Reality message on the wall, or somewhere in a real place, that can be seen only by those you want. It's a funny way to hide private messages in public places.
Take a picture of a wall near you, add pictures or freehand sketches and share your creation with your friends.
Your Augmented Reality wall can then be viewed by your friends when they are in the location where you created it. You can also make your wall public, so everyone passing by the physical location can use the WallaMe unique viewer to see your augmented reality Wall.
WallaMe makes creating your own virtual reality easy - be creative with beautiful stencils, freehand drawing tools, geolocation and image sharing features.
Enjoy the live image stream of public walls being created worldwide within the WallaMe app.
- Augmented Reality
- Beautiful stickers
- Drawing and painting tools
- Sharing features
- Image streaming
- Hearts and comments
- Photo camera
You can also add your own pictures and stickers to compose beautiful digital drawings.
WallaMe is your best choice for sharing augmented reality messages with your friends, capturing images with the camera and creating augmented reality drawings.
No banner ads or in-app purchases. All features are available for free.
We hope you really enjoy our work! Please remember to pay attention to your sharing settings - with your friends or with the public - we don’t want you to share anything you may regret!
What's New in Version 1.2.8
- Performance improvements
Not sure of the point
What's the point of this app, if you can just browse all the location AR images on your phone without physically going to the location? This app has a really interesting concept but should require the user to go to the location to view the AR. It seems that the Devs have missed the concept of AR, and couch browsing images is not AR. Why write a message that anyone can see from anywhere in the world? I want people to have to go to the location to see the message.