Whether if you have the new LiDAR-equipped iPhone 12 Pro or any other smartphone, ClipDrop is the first app that makes augmented reality practical. How so? It basically enables you to cut-and-paste real objects onto your computer’s desktop. Simply open the app, take a picture of something, and then hover it over a computer screen to use in your applications. Other uses include taking text from a book, as the app automatically removes the background. Read more for a video demonstration.
In most use cases, it has no problem focusing on the object, but sometimes, the background causes blurriness around the edges. It’s compatible with various software, including Pages, Photoshop, Canva, and Powerpoint. Available now on iOS, Mac OS, Android and Windows for free, but to unlock all features, you’ll have to pay $39.99. More information here.
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