Google I/O 13 has come and gone but the excitement for Google products and specially Glass is strong. I’m sure the Glass developer sessions will spur may new innovations and apps. But we are already seeing some of the big names get into the Glass act early. Facebook, Twitter, and CNN have all jumped on board and I’m sure the list will grow exponentially in the near future. Here are some of the latest Google Glass apps with links for installation.
GlassTweet will let you tweet your photos directly to Twitter. It will automatically include the phrase “Just shared a photo #throughglass” with the tweet. You can also have notifications for mentions, DMs and Tweets from users for whom you’ve turned on notifications.
Much like Twitter, the Facebook Glass app will let you share your photos to your Facebook stream. It will automatically create a special album for Glass photos.
News organization could benefit highly from Glass and CNN is an early experimenter. You can signup to have CNN alerts go directly to your Glass. Once you authorize the app then you can manage alerts from the website. Could be really useful or very annoying.
VoiceBuyer for Amazon
If you really feel the need to make purchases on Amazon through your Glass then you got an app for that using voice. Maybe this will be more useful when you are out shopping and want to compare prices. I don’t think I would strictly use it for shopping purchases. But only time and use will tell. You can check out some images and example of how it works at AppSpot.
Install: VoiceBuyer for Amazon
Video is a big part of Glass and sharing to YouTube will be very important. The FullSCreen Beam Glass app will let you take your recorded video and share it to you YouTube channel. You also have the option to make the video private if you choose and share to Twitter as well.
Install: FullScreen Beam