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Glassagram Introduces Google Glass to the World of Retro Filters

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As Google Glass ramps up to the point where it’s eventually available to the general public, app developers are looking to get in on the ground floor and start developing for the platform early on. Naturally, several of those apps will seek to provide an Instagram-like service for Glass users, and the first to jump on this bandwagon is an app called Glassagram.

Glassagram is a rudimentary app (they’re all rudimentary at this point) for Google Glass that allows users to add one of five filters to the pics they’re snapping with their fancy new toy.

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To use Glassagram, you first have to sign up for the service and allow it access to your Glass timeline. You then share a photo using the service and it, in turn, sends a card with all five filter options back to your timeline — just select/re-share the one with the filter that suits your fancy.

Obviously, this is a very simplistic app that doesn’t stack up to the Google Glass functionality we’ve all been dreaming about, but it serves as an example of what Glass developers are working on for the platform. Pair it with apps like Winky and you’ve got yourself a pretty slick system.

To learn more about Glassagram, or activated it if you happen to be part of the select few who already have a headset, head over to the app’s website by clicking here.

(via TechCrunch)


 
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  • http://www.facebook.com/duke.shin1 Duke Shin

    I hope it comes with the instagram stripe. Than I could identify the edgy hipster cunts from a distance before I have to interact with them.

  • 9inchnail

    As if their “normal” attire would not let you do that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/igor.kennn Igor Ken

    what a waste of technology

  • http://www.facebook.com/todd.gardiner Todd Gardiner

    I wish Glassagram luck with their impending trademark infringement lawsuit. That logo’d image of Google Glass almost certainly fails the “confusing to a normal person” test.