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Install Google Glass App on any Android Device & Capture Photos Videos with OK Glass Command

Have you heard about the Google Glass? Its a revolutionary product launched by Google last year which costs $1500 and is available in the US only to a very limited number of people. The best part of this device is its experience where in you can not only capture a photo or record a video with a Voice Command but also host live hangouts right from your current location anywhere anytime. In this article we are going to show you how you can experience this User Interface on your Android based device.

First you can watch this Video to Preview what we are going to discuss below.

Next lets proceed with the Installation of the APK files onto your Phone. You need to first Install the Main Application linked below to Install the Google Glass App onto the device following which it would start working but the options inside wont give you access to the Camera or the Maps. Download glasshome-modded.apk from this link.

Google Glass Camera Maps App Install

Next download the glasscamera-modded.apk & glassmaps-modded.apk files onto your phone and Install them. Following this you can go to the home section of your phone which is where you would be asked if you would like to start using the Google Glass UI, which once selected would take you to the screen which says “OK GLASS”.

This is the voice command based area where you just have to mention “OK Glass” followed by the command in order to get the task done. Do make a note that this wont work for hangouts, and calling because its still in the initial test and we hope the developer would fix all the issues and ensure it works perfectly in the future.

OK Glass Google Interface Android Phone OK Glass Google Camera Hangout Video Options

Even though this looks quite dumb as of now but if you think more, you can possibly try to use this app on different devices which are powered by Android and use the advantages of its features. Do let us know with the feedback around this and if you have any queries around the Google Glass Any Device!

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. dni informatyki

    September 7, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    The ebst article. Join to dni informatyki.

  2. Dante Lemons

    June 5, 2013 at 3:01 am

    Google glasses won’t replace the smartphone, what you’ll see is what the tablet did with the pc. It’ll be an extension? of the smartphone, just like the smart watch and other similar products.

  3. shailandharan

    June 1, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    nice going to try……..
    would it hurt to have the feature. of a limited edition 1500$ gadget for free thanks to u

  4. shailandharan

    June 1, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    nice going to try……..
    would it hurt to have the feature. of a limited edition 1500$ gadget for free

  5. Eliezer Campos

    May 31, 2013 at 2:53 am

    Hey there! I tried it in a Galaxy SII but when I try to go to go to other applications, Glass would keep the same screen (clock and “Ok Glass”). How can I change from Glass to anothr app or how can I see the “Home” tab?
    Beside that small issue (might be user ignorance =P) the app works well! Thanks for the info and tutorial! Keep them coming!

    • Amit Bhawani

      May 31, 2013 at 9:47 am

      You need to press the home button once to get to the options which asks to select the Touch Wiz Vs Glass UI.

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