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Twitter's Official Google Glass App is under Beta Testing

Apr 30 2013, 6:47am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Twitter's Official Google Glass App is under Beta Testing
 
 

A very exciting news is the under test Twitter app for Google Glass. True or False, but it is very thrilling to see your tweets hands free through glass eyes. But the tweet which displays information is now deleted.

Twitter has already developed its official Twitter app for Google Glass. This is really an exciting news if it is true. Jonathan Gottfried has told in his recent tweet, which is now deleted, that Twitter may already have created an app for Google Glass. This news or may be a rumor is first reported by TechCrunch.

According to TechCrunch, Twilio’s Developer Evangelist, Jonathan Gottfried first see images coming up from an app called Twitter for Glass. From where these images are popped up, it supports the same #throughglass hashtag that Jonathan is also using on his own TweetGlass project and that Google puts on G+ images shared from the device. Actually Jonathan has already built a quick and dirty app called GlassTweet, which lets you share photos to Twitter, rather than the out-of-the-box experience of sending shots to Google+. Hence he tweeted same image via his twitter feed.


Twitter has yet made no comments on the news. And tweet that gives info is being deleted, so no investigation is possible . Hence, nothing is confirmed yet. So we have to stick on and wait till Twitter launches the app in real.

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