Along with the plethora of update for Google Glass in XE12, Google has finally released the MyGlass App for iOS devices in the Apple App Store. Google Glass Explorers who were dedicated iPhone users have been requesting this app since Google Glass became available. Before Glass hits the open market, this app was a must in order for Google to extend its reach to customers who are dedicated iOS users.
Check out a few of the features below.
MyGlass allows you to configure and manage your Glass device, including adding a Wifi network easily.
Edit or add contacts to your Google Glass
Add or manage Glassware with view Active Glassware and the Glassware Gallery.
Screencast what you see on Glass to your phone. This features has been requested by iPhone users who want to show others what they see while wearing Glass. This also can give you the ability to screencast your Glass to a computer via iPhone through the Reflector software.
Here is a quick video of the using the screencast feature and Reflector.
Get directions on the go, which is only available when connect through a device using the MyGlass app.
This app finally brings many of the on-the-go features only Android users could experience before but seems to still be missing Text/iMessaging capacities. iMessaging access might be difficult due to Apple tight knit software.
What are you waiting to see on Google Glass? Are you wanting see a few new videos of different Glassware in action?