Google Playground is the successor to Google’s AR Stickers which launched alongside the Google Pixel 3 and the Google Pixel 3 XL. Playground may seem like just a rebrand of AR Stickers on the surface, but there are a few key differences: characters can interact with each other, suggestions for stickers will appear based on what’s showing on the screen, and stickers can now be placed via the front-facing camera. There are also new stickers packs like the Marvel sticker pack, but they only work on Google Pixel smartphones. Thanks to the work of XDA Senior Member Arnova8G2, however, you can now get Google Playground on all ARCore supported devices that are running Android 9 Pie—without even needing root!
Google Playground sticker packs include:
- Marvel Studios Avengers
- Stranger Things
- The Last Jedi
The ported Google Playground app only runs on ARCore supported devices, which includes more and more smartphones every month. Before a new Android smartphone can support ARCore, Google has a very involved process which involves working directly with device makers to ensure complete compatibility. If your device doesn’t have ARCore support yet, there’s nothing to say that it won’t in the future. Google has a list of all supported smartphones, which you can check out here. Interestingly, Arnova8G2 says he’s working to find a way to get ARCore working on devices that haven’t been certified yet. That means that even if your device isn’t supported, you might get to try out Google Playground in the future.
Download Google Playground (AR Stickers) Port for ARCore Devices–
If the above link does not work – then download from this mirror link (Drop a Comment if none of them work) — Google PlayGround