Google Measure app is now available for devices supporting ARCore, the app was originally a part of the devices supporting Project Tango. The measure is a free app from Google that uses your camera and augmented reality (AR) to measure any object. It was initially launched in 2016 as one of the Google apps biased on Tango hardware.
Often it is required to quickly measure something but measuring tape is not available at that time. The basic idea behind this app is that you can use your phone as a substitute. Just open the app, move your phone about a little, and then point out which points you want to measure. You just need to move your phone to examine a view and then draw the virtual line above the object or on the exact surface to calculate its size. You can also do movements to view the virtual line on the screen from different positions and also can take pictures to save those measurements.
Google replaced Project Tango with ARCore in December and also terminated working of Project Tango in March. Shortly after the official discontinuation of Project Tango support, the company announced about the arrival of a catalog of new games, shopping and hopes and creative apps based on ARCore 1.0 to support the advanced AR experience.
If we talk about the user convenience, the Measure app can function in any device that supports ARCore. There are so many devices at the moment which support ARCore, until now it includes a range of models from companies such as Samsung, Sony, Asus, Google, HMD Global, Huawei, LG, Motorola, OnePlus and Xiaomi.
You can download the Google Measure app on your device straight away from Google Play or can find its APKfilefrom APK Mirror website. The app has both imperial and metric units to go with your requirements.