Earlier today, official Google Glass mobile app MyGlass made a brief appearance in Apple’s App Store before quickly disappearing. Soon afterwards, Google updated its support blog with a post promising to bring MyGlass to iOS “later this week.”
MyGlass for iOS is ready to go, Google claimed, adding that the new app is designed for version XE12 of the device’s software. The incoming app will offer “almost all of the features” of its Android counterpart, including the ability to set up Google Glass, control turn-by-turn directions, and add new contacts.
It’s unclear if the App Store version of MyGlass for iOS will support some of the latest Google Glass features like Play Music and the ability to quickly snap a photo by winking, but those applications should still be accessible directly though the wearable device either way. One of the best MyGlass features is the ability to track down the location of your Google Glass if you lose it, so hopefully the Internet giant will include this option as well, it could help any forgetful iPhone users.
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