Facebook Arrives On Google Glass Thanks To Unofficial Photo Sharing App

Posted: May 8, 2013 in Facebook, Media, Social, Technology
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20130508-223738.jpg As the days go by and developers get their hands on
Glass, the basic apps that we need to survive in the
wild and share our photos are popping up. Today,
Glass To Facebook is available for those who want to
post the moments captured with Glass to the social
network. It’s the first third-party app that allows you The setup is similar to that of other third-party apps
like GlassTweet, but requires you to give Facebook
permissions to post to your timeline. It only takes a
few seconds to get going: After you’ve turned on the Glass To Facebook
sharing contact within MyGlass and approve the
permissions on Facebook, you’re ready to start
posting: Just take a photo and choose the Glass To Facebook
option: The nice thing about the app is that it creates a photo
album for you that will start piling up your Glass-taken
photos: Your photo shows up like any other one would in your
friends’ News Feed, too. This means that all of those
annoying baby pictures that you see on the daily will
now come from the vantage point of the parent’s face.
Exciting, I know. On a serious note, it’s nice to see
photos from Glass being brought to networks other than Google+, which was the only out of the box
option. While we haven’t heard anything recently about an
official Facebook Glass app, we’ve heard that there’s
a team of four working on something. What could
Facebook look like for Glass? We know that there
won’t be ads, since Google isn’t allowing them on the
Glass platform as of right now. Aside from that, I wouldn’t mind seeing a Poke pop up on the device.

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