Ordering a Tango Phone? Google Highlights Apps and Games to Try in Google Play

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For those who are picking up or have already purchased the Phab 2 Pro from Lenovo, Google is highlighting the many apps you can use with Tango (the company’s AR initiative), which happens to be the main selling point of the device. 

To spotlight a few of Google’s mentions, there are games such as Domino World, Slingshot Island, and Hot Wheel’s Track Builder, as well as utility apps like Measure, Lowe’s Vision, and Crayola Color Blaster. Each app has been created to work flawlessly with the Tango project, making AR adoption by anyone very easy.

The Phab 2 Pro is available directly from Lenovo, priced at a reasonable $500. For your money, the device features a massive 6.4″ display for better AR viewing and interaction, Snapdragon 652 processor that was built with Tango in mind, and a 4,050mAh battery for long gaming sessions.

To check out the full list of Tango apps, follow the Google Play link below.

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