Google Glass Will Work with Apps Like the New York Times, Path, Evernote and More

By Casey Chan on at

Google showed off some new features of Google Glass at SXSW and they could be quite useful. For example, the New York Times (and probably others) will be integrated with Google Glass so you'll see pop up notifications of breaking news. You can even peep pictures, headlines or have Google Glass read the news to you too.

Google also showed off its Google Glass Path integration, which allows for pictures to be uploaded to the social network. Gmail, an obvious feature to Google Glass, will show the email sender's photo and subject line on the screen and you can reply by dictation. And then there's Evernote integration so you'll never forget a thing, well, it'll never forget a thing and remind you when you need it, hopefully.

Google also said that Glass won't have any streaming video (other than from Google+), but I guess the end goal is to make every app you incessantly check on your phone a part of your real world vision. The future is connected! Or something. [Engadget]

Meanwhile, here's a little demo on how Google Glass works:

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