Wallit has been around for a little while, providing a very limited number of walls worldwide, which anyone could turn into an augmented reality experience shareable with friends and family. The latest version of Wallit allows users to create those walls themselves, making any wall a potential Wallit experience.
The augmented reality features, for now, are limited to Wallit messages – basically, the app turns a real-life wall into an active message board. The newest version does add virtual graffiti for a little added flair, though. The app looks cool enough, though the marriage proposal in one of the sample photos on the app’s download page is maybe taking things a bit far. Maybe don’t take that idea to heart.
Wallit is available now for free on the iTunes App Store.
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