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Twitter for Google Glass gets tweeted, app no doubt in the works

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The mobile engineer manager over at Twitter posted an interesting tweet today that could reveal the strong possibility of a Twitter app coming soon to Google Glass. @Mogrooth let the cat out of the bag thanks to Twitter’s meta data showing the tweet was posted via “Twitter for Glass.” Shiv Ramamurthi’s tweet also hashtagged “throughglass,” a popular hashtag for anyone posting Glass pics online. So is it really that surprising that a big name like Twitter is already working on an app for Glass? Yes and no.

While Glass still has some time on it before a retail release is ready, apparently Google’s managed to drum up enough support that the big boys have already taken notice. This backing, however minor, could give us a hint at Glass’ success once it’s finally released unto the masses. Time will tell.

Don’t forget that Phandroid is getting fitted this week for Google Glass, and we’ll have some nice hands-on demo for you in the coming days. I honestly can’t even contain my excitement. Good things to come!

[via AllThingsD]

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  • Malik

    I’ll trade you guys my pb&j sandwich for your Google Glass unit. What do you say? deal?

    • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

      PB&J? Is that anything like a handy J? O_o

      • Malik

        well it depends…would it make you say yes? lol

        • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

          #Androidwhore

          • Malik

            Aren’t we All?

  • http://twitter.com/YuHua_Guo Yu Hua Guo

    I’m curious to see what kind of apps they will come out with on the glass

    • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

      Serious. Most of them are pretty obvious so far but I would love to see someone get really creative with it :)

  • Dvrcowboy

    I would like to see a glass app that uses a remote helicopter as a spy cam 007 style