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Come Get Social with Layar!

Chris Cameron June 16, 2011

With the most recent Layar upgrade we added the ability to share layers and screenshots with your friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter, so we’re no strangers to social networks. You can follow us Twitter and like us on Facebook to keep up with our day-to-day activity and find links to interesting augmented reality-related content, but recently we’ve been expanding our social horizons.



You may have noticed already if you follow our Twitter feed but Layar has branched out to some new social networks: notably Tumblr and Instagram. On the official Layar Tumblr, you can find a plethora of AR and Layar information - including the stuff we find on the web and share on our internal email. We figured, why not share this with our fans? You’ll find interesting videos, pictures, quotes and other bite-sized snacks for your augmented world.



And on Instagram, you’ll get a bit of a behind-the-scenes look at Layar, as we post photos and snapshots from the office here in Amsterdam. We’ll also share other interesting images we might find around the web, but for the most part, Instagram will be your portal into what happens at this fun-loving Holland-based startup. We think you’ll enjoy it, so come join the Instagram fun and tag your photos or Layar screenshots with #layar and we’ll check ‘em out!



Of course you can still find us at our usual online stomping grounds: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, SlideShare and MeetUp. Is there anywhere else you would like to see a Layar presence? Let us know in the comments below, or drop us a note on Twitter or Facebook, or even Tumblr!

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2 comments

  1. Howard

    Hi Layar.
    A timely post, I recently created a list of AR platforms on Klout.com and Layar's social influence is the highest of all. Check it out http://bit.ly/k7GkNM
    All the best
    Howard

  2. Jacopo Tolja

    To get social first you need to be available. Let' say that I do find myself somwhere on earth that is just the case and I know my earth coordinate. But I do not have one of this devices you have made the porting, nameli android or IOS why dont make a version for windows, or linux....?!
    I do have a laptop connected to the Internet I do know my position that can be easily find by map web application, or I would like to visit virtually a specific location......
    I have not find such application I am asking why?

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