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December 19, 2013 • Gear Bits

Google Glass Goes iOS with Release of MyGlass for iPhone

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After a brief appearance earlier this week Google’s MyGlass app has made the official jump to iOS. That’s great news for Glass-wearing iPhone-users since it means more functionality than iOS-users previously enjoyed from Glass. That includes getting directions, capturing screencasts, and more. We’ll see how the iOS version stacks up over the next few days and report back.

2 Responses to " Google Glass Goes iOS with Release of MyGlass for iPhone "

  1. loopyduck says:

    Unfortunately the iOS version requires you to pay for Personal Hotspot in order to be able to use cellular data with Glass. The Android version passes data through the Bluetooth connection for free.

    • dancohen says:

      Plus the lack of texting abilities makes it a far second from what I’m already seeing. A bummer for sure.
      On the other hand… The blink to snap a picture update is pretty great… But that is platform agnostic.

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