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Minnesota-based regional multiple listing service NorthstarMLS has rolled out what it says is the first MLS-branded augmented reality mobile application. The MLS added HomeSpotter, an augmented reality feature created by mobile real estate application company MobileRealtyApps, to the NorthstarMLS apps for the Apple iPhone and iPad. The new feature overlays property information over the images seen through a device's live camera feed as the user scans the surroundings with the camera. "As an agent points their iPhone down the street, they see a view of the street and info on all the houses for sale pops up. There's even a radar display that shows the direction and proximity of nearby properties for sale," NorthstarMLS and MobileRealtyApps said in a joint announcement today. Use...