We’ve all seen videos and pictures taken with the 5 megapixel camera on Google Glass Explorer edition units. Only recently an app has been developed which allows users to take pictures through simply winking. Joining the gradually expanding list of apps for Google Glass is the new Beam app, which allows direct upload of videos to YouTube from Google Glass. The app can be used to record video via Google Glass and upload the same to YouTube. The app offers pre-sets such as making the video private when its posted online and social features such as sharing on Twitter. No native YouTube app is currently available for Glass.
Google Glass has only been shipped out in waves as of now, that too to selected people that are called Explorers. The Google Glass Explorer edition has already been rooted, so we might get to see more software related information in the near future. It is not known whether the public units and Explorer units will be exactly the same, though the former isn’t going to be available until 2014, so says Google Chairman Eric Schmidt.
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