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AR Stickers now rolling out to All Google Pixel devices, check out Camera



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Google has finally launched AR Stickers the virtual sticker packs will work with any Pixel phone running Android 8.1 Oreo, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, Food Emoji, and 3D Text packs are all included at launch
The next installment in the Star Wars saga will hit cinemas in just a few days, and the hype train is in total overdrive. If you can’t wait any longer to be whisked off to a galaxy far, far away, however, Google has you covered.

Today, the search giant has launched AR Stickers for its Pixel phones complete with a bunch of The Last Jedi-themed virtual avatars. The Star Wars “sticker pack” includes iconic Star Wars vehicles and characters, such as R2-D2, Stormtroopers, and the new film’s big-eyed Porgs that are just far too adorable for words. As well as Star Wars packs, you can also play around with characters from Netflix’s smash hit original series, Stranger Things.

AR Stickers are rolling out to all Pixel phones running Android 8.1 Oreo as of today (check your camera app for updates in the Play Store if it isn’t live already). The fun feature was announced back at the Pixel 2 launch event in October as part of a look into some of the projects developed using the company’s ARCore SDK.

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In addition to the two branded packs, Google is also introducing Food Emojis (which, as you can probably guess, are 3D emojis based on food like donuts and broccoli) and 3D Text stickers which look a lot like old school screensavers from the Windows 95 – 98 era. There are also a handful of stickers themed around the winter holidays – the first of what Google says will be many packs based around “changing seasons, holidays, and big pop culture moments” in the future.

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