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How-to Open & View Our 3D AR Products for iPhone & iPad

What We Sell:

At DigiWithLove, we specialize in selling 3D AR digital art products that can be experienced on Apple iPhones and iPads. Our AR product files are in .usdz format, which is compatible with AR Quick Look – a feature that is integrated with iOS 12 or later (no download required). You can also download the “AR Viewer app” for iPhone from the App store. We recommend you use AR Quick Look that is already integrated with your iPhone and/or iPad with iOS 12 or later. You may wonder what .usdz files are, and Apple provides an excellent explanation in this article: AR Quick Look by Apple iOS. Our digital art files are perfect for art lovers and enthusiasts who want to experience art in a unique and immersive way. With augmented reality technology, you can bring these digital art pieces to life and interact with them in ways that were not possible before. When you open a USDZ file on an iPhone or iPad, you can choose between “Object” and “AR” mode. Object mode lets you view the 3D model on a flat surface and rotate it with your finger. AR mode lets you place the 3D model in the real world and see it in a more immersive way using your device’s camera.

How to purchase, download and view our AR products from our website:

Purchase and download our AR products from our website on a Mobile device:

  1. Visit our website on your mobile device and select the 3D AR product you want to purchase.
  2. Click the “Add to Cart” button, go to your cart and click “Proceed to Checkout” and then enter your payment and billing information securely via PayPal.
  3. After purchasing, you will receive the a download link on the confirmation page and you will receive an email with the download. Tap on the download link to download the file to your iPhone and/or iPad. 
  4. The download link will open in your mobile default browser (i.e. Safari), and it will prompt you to click “Download” which will save the file to your “Downloads” folder in the Files app, which is a default app on iOS. There it will display the file you just downloaded and you can open anytime from there. 
  5. Note: You can open the “Files” app by simply searching “files” and there you can find all your files and “downloads” folder.
  6. Locate the downloaded file on your mobile device and tap on it to open it in Quick Look (no iOS app required).
  7. Once opened, you can view the AR product in “Object” mode or “AR” mode.

Purchase and download our AR products from our website on a PC or Mac:

  1. Visit our website and select the 3D AR product you want to purchase.
  2. Click the “Add to Cart” button, go to your cart and click “Proceed to Checkout” and then enter your payment and billing information securely via PayPal.
  3. After secure purchase, you will receive an email with a download link. Click on the link to download the file to your computer.
  4. Locate the downloaded file on your computer and transfer it to your iPhone or iPad using AirDrop, email, or a cloud storage service like iCloud or Google Drive.
  5. On your iPhone or iPad, simply click of the 3D AR .usdz file and it will open in Apple Quick Look embedded in your iPhone/iPad iOS 12 or later. 
  6. With the Augmented reality file open in Quick Look click the “share icon” at the top right of your screen, scroll down and click “Save to Files” to save on your device. You can also text it to yourself and it will stay in your imessages
  7. Once added to your iPhone/iPad , you can view the AR file anytime anywhere. 🙂

    How to send and view a USDZ File in iOS Messages App:

    Sending and viewing our 3D AR digital art products on iPhones and iPads is easy. All you have to do is tap on the file and click the “share” icon and send via iMessage. You can use this method to send to yourself or share with a friend! Enjoy 🙂

    Save the file to your iPhone and/or iPad:

    If you want to save one of our 3D AR digital art products to your iPhone or iPad for later use, you have a few options. One option is to save the file to your “Files” app, which is a built-in app on your iPhone or iPad. To do this, tap and hold on the file, and then select “Save to Files.” You can choose which folder to save the file in, and you’ll be able to access it later from the Files app. Another option is to save the file to send to yourself via iMessages app and you can open it anytime from your iMessages (as explained above).