8 new Glassware apps hit the Glass store ahead of Google I/O



Yesterday, we told you guys about some new Glassware hitting the Glass store, but it seems that was only the beginning. Today, 8 more Glassware apps have made their way into the Google Glass store (+1 major update), joining up with yesterday’s introduction of Shazam, MusiXmatch, and Zombies Run. Let’s take a look. Google Glass

For keeping up with all things socc- er, football. Given the ongoing World Cup, this app couldn’t have arrived at a better time.

The Guardian

The Guardian Google Glass

Most of you are already familiar with The Guardian, an online publication dealing with world news. The app not only brings you a Guardian RSS feed, but allows you to save articles for later viewing.


Allthecooks Google Glass

This is a Glass app that looks to free your hands while cooking. More of an honorable mention, this was already available in the Glass store, but a new update makes the Glassware a completely hands-free affair, using voice commands to cycle between recipes and directions.

Star Chart

Star Chart Google Glass

Arguably why Google Glass was created, Star Chart provides Glass wearers with an augmented reality star chart when viewing the sky at night. Your astronomy cred just leveled up.


GuidiGO Google Glass

A virtual tour guide, GuidiGO includes 27 destinations and over 250 guided tours by real-life experts. The best part? Tours can be downloaded for offline use when a data connection isn’t available.


Duolingo Google Glass

A handy app for broadening your vocabulary skills across a variety of languages, Duolingo makes learning a new language fun by turning it into a game.


Livestream Google Glass

As the name implies, Livestream allows you to broadcast a live video feed across your social networks, even read chat messages in real-time.


Runtastic Google Glass

Because you can never have too many fitness apps, Runtastic is a virtual personal trainer that provides a several workout routines to helps you reach your fitness goals.

94Fifty Basketball

94Fifty Basketball Google Glass

This apps works with the 94Fifty Smart Sensor Basketball to help measure muscle memory you wouldn’t see on your own. A virtual coach, this app will help you improve your game with audio and visual feedback.

To enable all these apps on your Google Glass headset, be sure to head on over to the Glassware store here and turn on the ones that tickle your fancy.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Heres a kicker, google will announce the L update, and also the official start to selling full fledge google glass

    1. I wouldn’t be surprised if they opened up availability for the Explorer Edition in the Play Store (just like they did with the UK). It’s going to be a busy day tomorrow….

      1. At $1,500 though? Wouldn’t that be a set up for failure?

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