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Wikitude Releases v2.5 SDK for BlackBerry 10 With 3D Capabilities

WikiTude BlackBerry 10

Wikitude let us know that they have a double release for developers today. The first is a release of their Wikitude SDK v2.5 which includes 3D Capabilities. They are releasing an app called AR Kick to display the features in BlackBerry World today. On top of that they have also taken Wikitude Places out of beta and it can be found in BlackBerry World. Find the apps here in BlackBerry World or check out the announcement below:

Wikitude’s double release for BlackBerry 10

Wikitude SDK including 3D support now available, ‘Wikitude Places’ out of beta

Today, Wikitude is proud to announce two significant updates for BlackBerry 10. The all new BlackBerry 10 augmented reality SDK including 3D support is now available. In addition to our iOS and Android SDKs, the Wikitude BlackBerry 10 SDK may now be downloaded for free. The second big item leaving the Wikitude factory is Wikitude Places. Places is leaving its beta status with a fully revamped augmented reality view and user interface and is available for download in the BlackBerry World today.

Based on Wikitude’s SDK for BlackBerry 10: “AR Kick” now in the BlackBerry World

Our friends at Refocus Labs have been busy at work building their newest creation, ARKick – an exciting contextual Augmented Reality app. Using the all-new Wikitude SDK for BlackBerry 10, ARKick combines a variety of relevant factors including time, temperature, weather, and Facebook and foursquare data to suggest places and interesting points of interest around a user through an augmented reality view. From here, users are provided with a number of informational options including time to reach a chosen destination, turn-by-turn directions, an option to phone the location, ratings, and other essential information.

The Wikitude SDK for BlackBerry 10 is now available directly from the Wikitude Store, with prices starting as low as 99€. As always, a free trial version of the Wikitude SDK is available for testing and evaluation purposes.

If you’re developing for the BlackBerry 10 operating system, there’s never been a better time to add an augmented reality component to your application. Using Wikitude’s award winning and industry proven technology, you can rest assured that you’re in good company and developing for tomorrow’s audience today!

Wikitude Places leaving beta

Coinciding with our release of the Wikitude SDK for BlackBerry 10, we’re happy to announce that Wikitude Places will be coming out of beta and standing on it’s own as an official release today. It can be downloaded from BlackBerry Worldhere.

Wikitude Places showcases Wikitude’s all-new user interface on the BlackBerry 10 operating system. With a focus on location based services, Wikitude Places presents users with a unique view of their surroundings, and delivers detailed information about sights, restaurants, and hotels, and much more in the user’s vicinity.

A tremendous thank you to all of our beta testers, as the feedback has been extraordinary, and we’ve tuned and tweaked the app to provide the very best user experience.

Be sure to check out ARKick to get a feel for the powerful location based capabilities of the Wikitude SDK for BlackBerry 10, and then download our SDK for free. With 3D support now available, your creations with the Wikitude SDK for BlackBerry 10 are limited only by your imagination.

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  1. And yet, their own app is quite lacking, compared to the legacy OS7 version.

    :/

  2. Yeah not sure who is working on it

  3. Hold the fort, I’m on it… downloading! :) Been waiting for this app – thank you Wikitude!

  4. Pls can any one tell me how to update my bb z10 from my laptop

    • Surely. Here are the options:

      Plug it to BlackBerry Link: It will load whatever is most current from your carrier.

      Turn it off and plug it to BlackBerry Link: It will wipe the device and load whatever is most current from your carrier.

      Find an autoloader: Find and download an autoloader for whatever OS version you want, plug the device to the PC, close BB Link and run the autoloaader. It will wipe the device and load whatever OS you downloaded.

      This… has nothing to do with Wikitude though…

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