Manage Google Glass with MyGlass for iOS

Manage Google Glass with MyGlass for iOS

Google has released MyGlass, an iPhone companion app for their Google Glass headset. MyGlass is used to pair and manage Glass right on your iPhone, including determining what notifications your receive, like Gmail and Google Now. The app includes some instructional videos, including how to turn on and wear Glass, as well as how to pair it with your phone. The app will look to see if personal hotspot is enabled on your phone, though you can elect to set up Glass via Wi-Fi instead. A Google Glass update, XE12, is rolling out today with support for MyGlass, so you will need to update Glass before you're able to use the app.

The app is free, but requires a Google Glass headset to use. It can be downloaded now from the App Store.

Update: The app itself isn't actually available at present, but Google says it should be available later this week. It'll be available at the link below when it goes live.

Source: Google, via Android Central

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

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Becjr says:

It's nice to see Glass and iOS devices playing together.

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asuperstarr says:

This should be a small group of people to download!

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Richard Devine says:

I don't know, there's a few tech journalists out there that have Glass. That said, most are also Android nerds so it'll be the least used app in the App Store ;-)

Derrick4Real says:

I don't think I've never seen anyone actually wearing them in real life.

BP41 says:

Who would wear one in real life?? Lol

Derrick4Real says:

no idea. but isn't that the point?

Dev from tipb says:

I've only seen a few -- but considering it is only available through an invitation system, and is still in the 4 digits pricewise, that is hardly surprising. If the reaction is the same when it is available openly for $500, that is the time to worry.

mastatrp says:

Its gone in the States...Google pulled it. Why?

CORYK333 says:

How do you like your Glass so far??