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Evernote, Twitter and Facebook apps for Google Glass announced

Major players get official apps for Google's smart glasses

Following the start of this year's Google I/O developer conference, Evernote, Twitter and Facebook have announced official apps for Google Glass. If you're among the lucky few people packing "explorer edition" Glass devices, you can turn on these new applications by heading to your MyGlass page at google.com/myglass and enabling the app you want.

While the Facebook app for Glass is primarily focused on sharing pictures you've taken on the device, the Twitter app offers much of the functionality of a full-blown Twitter app, including the ability to send and receive regular tweets, images retweets and direct messages. (You might remember Twitter for Glass has been rumored for some time.)

Evernote, on the other hand, focuses on quickly added photo or video snippets to your notes, and sending existing notes to your Glass timeline, so it's always within view. These are small first steps, but it's early days for Glass, and we can't wait to see what developers come up with in the months ahead.

If you're rocking Glass already, be sure to hit the comments and share your thoughts on these new apps.

Source: Evernote (opens in new tab)Twitter, Facebook

Alex was with Android Central for over a decade, producing written and video content for the site, and served as global Executive Editor from 2016 to 2022.

4 Comments
  • Cool..this glasses are dangerous to use you can not concentrate on the glasses while riding on road..now wait for the accident to occur with you then upload us the accident video ;)
  • They're only dangerous to use if you're a moron and use them in a dangerous situation. Bread makers are dangerous to use while driving too.
  • +999
  • I tried using a bread maker in my car but could not find an outlet to plug it in. Jury is still out on that one.