When Google announced the Pixel 2 and 2 XL back in October, they also announced AR Stickers. Basically, AR Stickers are three-dimensional objects you can add to photos and videos before you take them much like you can with apps like Holo on iOS. There’s a variety to choose from such as different foods, text, and even Star Wars characters. Now, this feature set is rolling out to all Pixel and Pixel 2 users who are running Android 8.1 Oreo.

You’ll need to make a visit to the Play Store and update a couple of applications, but once finished, you should see AR Stickers pop up in the slide-over menu in the Google Camera app. Right now, there aren’t many stickers available, but the company has previously stated they’ll be adding more as time goes on.


Posted by Max Buondonno

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