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This Week in Apps: Apple's big event, lidar comes to iPhone, Android gets a new IDE


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Apple
iPhone
iPhones
iPad Pro
AR
JigSpace
Pro’s
LiDAR Scanner
ARThe
HomePod
HomePod Mini
Google
Intercom
iPod
AirPods
CarPlay
the HomePod Mini
League of Legends
Android Studio
TensorFlow Lite
inspectorAmazon
QR
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Spotify


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Wild Rift
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SOURCE: https://techcrunch.com/2020/10/17/this-week-in-apps-apples-big-event-lidar-comes-to-iphone-android-gets-a-new-ide/
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Summary

Developers, meanwhile, can leverage lidar for use cases like AR-enabled games that work in the real world, social media (like Snapchat’s new lidar-powered Lens), home design and improvement apps involving room scans, spatial layout planning (like JigSpace), better AR shopping experiences and more.Snapchat among first to leverage iPhone 12 Pro’s LiDAR Scanner for ARThe company also announced an affordable version of its HomePod smart speaker, the $99 HomePod Mini. League of Legends: Wild Rift would be coming to iPhone 12 to take advantage of its new 5G capabilities and A14 Bionic chip.Apple reveals the $99 HomePod MiniGoogle updates Android Studio with better TensorFlow Lite support and a new database inspectorAmazon launches an AR app that works with new QR codes on its boxesFamily-tracking app Life360 launches ‘Bubbles,’ a location-sharing feature inspired by teens on TikTokPlaybook, a fitness platform that puts creators first, raises $9.3 millionMyconsMycons is a new app that makes it easier for users, including non-designers, to create and buy custom icons for their iOS home screen makeovers.

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