Google Glass' New Features Let You Switch Chat Methods On A Whim

Posted: Aug 22 2014, 3:25am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Google Glass' new features let you switch chat methods on a whim
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If you want to jump from email to Hangouts to deal with a heated conversation, you only have to swipe to make it happen.

Google glass has remained quite controversial since its arrival and also because it hasn’t yet entered the mainstream people are still not fully aware of its practicality and usage. However, we must admit that some of the apps of Google Glass have been very useful as opposed to others but this latest one is certainly going to be worth your appreciation.

This new app launched is particularly for the socialites who will love engaging in this new comfort zone. The 20.1 upgrade that the wearable is getting is apparently going to improve the contact system by giving prompt access to your friends. 20 of your most recent and favorite contacts can be reached to through the use of voice alone and not just these 20 contacts but your entire address book is easily accessible now. And one swipe is all that it takes to move from email to Hangouts and to jump in to a heated discussion.

The Glass has a few more little treats hidden up its sleeve for you including its ability to show you some of the recent or upcoming events such as concerts. Apart from this you will also see a currency converter in Google Now when you're traveling and the best addition is to the update is that you no longer have to reach out for the touchpad for the simplest commands such as changing the volume or sending a photo.

source: google

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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