Google Glass Will No Longer Receive Monthly Updates

Posted: Mar 2 2014, 8:21am CST | by , Updated: Mar 2 2014, 8:33am CST, in Technology News


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Google Glass will no longer receive monthly updates
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The team is focusing on moving Glass from the Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to the current version of Android, 4.4 (Kit Kat)

There seems to be no major updates for the Google Glass and by now this thing might have come to any Google Glass wearer’s attention. The Android Police and Glass Almanac reveal a post from the Explorers-only community forum which explains that following the closing up of the version XE12, there will no longer be any more monthly updates. If we think of it in this way the team behind this is focusing on major changes, this might not appear to be much of a problem and is not a bad thing after all. We can understand that for now the team’s attention is focused primarily on moving Glass from the Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to the current version of Android, 4.4 (Kit Kat), and all the improvements that it includes.

One of the team members, Teresa Zazenski, says that this move is going to make things "smoother and just plain better," and developers are now having a reason to be excited as well. There is one good news however for the Glass wearers; they can now post photos and videos directly to Google+ communities. As far as the future plans for the Google Glass are concerned, we will get to learn more in a short while since the team has prepped up a behind the scenes video for tomorrow's Academy Awards.

source: androidpolice

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