Aero Player (beta) on Android | Common Questions
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Get answers to common questions about Adobe Aero Player (beta) on Android.
What is Augmented Reality (AR)?
Augmented reality is an immersive experience in which we can see, hear, and feel digital content that is overlaid onto our physical world. For more details, see What is Augmented reality.
Is the Aero Player (beta) on Android Free?
Which Android devices does Aero Player (beta) support?
We are conitually adding support for more Android devices. Please refer to the system requirements for the most recent list of supported devices.
Why can’t I install the build from the Play Store even though my Android device is supported?
You may have an Android device which is not currently supported. Please refer to our system requirements for more details.
Why isn’t my country supported?
Are iOS devices also supported?
Yes. You can download the Aero mobile app (iOS) from the Apple App Store to both view and create Aero experiences.
Why doesn’t the content “stick” to my surface?
- Aero uses visual features of the real world to decide how the digital content should be shown. Using textured, non-repeating surfaces in well-lit environments help to ensure the content shows up successfully.
- If your camera lens is not clean the computer vision system may have a hard time calibrating to the surface. For more details, see creating experiences on surfaces.
Can I record a video of the content?
Can I create Aero experiences on my Android Device?
We've got you covered on the common questions about Aero. To learn more about how to discover and view augmented reality content in Aero Player (beta) on Android, see Discover Augmented Reality content in Aero Player (Beta) on Android.