The New York Times is probably the first media company to have its official app working on Google Glass, and here’s a peek at how it feels to use the app on Google Glass.
Google Glass has been brilliant so far. And Google, being a company known for its openness, released the Kernel GPL Source yesterday to the public in a temporary location. We also saw how simple it is to install, run and uninstall an app on Google Glass. But then, here’s something interesting. Google Glass has now received The New York Times app for its users, and the installation steps are the same.
But if you’re someone who does not own Google Glass, and would love to see how it feels to use The New York Times app on Google Glass, here are some of the screenshots of the same:
Interestingly, if you want to know more about a news article, all you have to do is to just instruct the Glass to read it aloud for you. Which will in turn read the content ONLY to you via its Bone-Conduction headphones. Pretty Cool huh? And please thank Noble Ackerson, who shared these screenshots on Google+.