Best augmented reality tricks and apps to try right now

Wanna Kicks uses your phone's camera to show you want a variety of trainers will look like on your feet. (image credit: LLC Wannaby)
This game places tiny cartoon tanks into the real world via your phone that then battle it out for victory with explosions, (image credit: Dumpling Co., Ltd)
Lego AR-Studio lets Lego builders place, move and interact with various virtual Lego sets on a table or workspace. (image credit: Lego)
Just a Line is a smartphone app that lets you draw in augmented reality and then share it with your friends. (image credit: Google)
Spacecraft AR is an app that lets you get up close and personal with virtual 3-D models of NASA's robotic space explorers. (image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)
MeasureKit allows you to draw and measure in the real world. (image credit: Rinat Khanov)
‎Quiver is designed to bring kid's colouring books to life in interesting ways. (image credit: ‎Quiver)
An augmented reality app that lets you mark out where you've parked so you can find it again later with ease.  (image credit: GalassiaSoft)
ARia's Legacy is an Ar game that lets you play an escape room challenge to escape from your own house. (image credit: Afternoon Apps Inc.)
Night Sky lets you identify stars, planets, constellations, and satellites. (image credit: NightSky)
Google Maps Live View uses Google's Street View to give you the most accurate and useful directions as you go from A to B. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Google is adding augmented reality in more than one of its apps. One of these is the inclusion of AR animals in search results.  (image credit: Pocket-lint)
This IKEA app lets you virtually drop furniture into any space in your home to see if it'll fit. (image credit: Ikea)
This decorating app is the answer to your prayers if you're thinking about changing the colours or patterns on your walls but don't know what will suit. (image credit: Graham & Brown)
These are art tours but in the real world with a dose of augmented reality thrown in via an Apple iPhone. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Inkhunter is an AR-powered app that lets you see what a tattoo might look like on any part of your body. (image credit: Kateryna Khotkevych/Inkhunter)
This game involves exploration, discovery, collection, battling and teamwork, all in the real world. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Chalk is an AR app that lets you provide remote assistance to your loved ones.  (image credit: vuforia)
Another augmented reality experience that allows users to enjoy AR artwork in the real world. (image credit: Active Theory)
If you can't get enough of gifs and stickers then you'll be happy to hear that you can get your fill of even more by using your phone. (image credit: Giphy)
Angry Birds AR: Isle of Pigs takes all the fun of Angry Birds and uses AR to make it even more magical. (image credit: Rovio)
This app gives access to over 40 artefacts from various museums and galleries around the world. (image credit: BBC)
This can be used to live translate text from a number of languages. It'll then automatically swap the letters out to your own language to make it readable. (image credit: Google)
This app seemingly has the ability to display around 120,000 stars and planets all on your phone. (image credit: Google)