July 2, 2021

Power your Flutter app with augmented reality

Wikitude SDK 9.9 unlocks the power of augmented reality for Flutter 2.2

Wikitude was the very first AR platform to offer official support for Flutter. And now you can bring even more powerful augmented reality features to your Flutter-based apps. 

Our latest release, SDK 9.9, delivers location-based AR, image and object tracking, markerless AR, and a wide range of features allowing Flutter developers to augment the world around them in just a few hours. 

Wikitude’s Flutter Plugin is based on the JavaScript API and comes with the complete package: comprehensive AR library/framework, sample app, and documentation.

In combination with the Wikitude SDK, Flutter’s 2.2 release brings more options for polish and optimization, iOS performance improvements, Android deferred components, and more.

For those hearing about Flutter for the first time, it is Google’s open-source mobile application UI development framework used to build natively-compiled apps for iOS and Android.

The ease of use and constant improvements in this framework makes Flutter one of the most popular development tools among the community, surpassing an astonishing 2 million users mark in just 3 years. 

Get started with augmented reality for your Flutter-based application. 

Curious what else is new in the Wikitude SDK 9.9? Head over to our release notes to learn more.

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