Google Apps Unofficial Support For Google Glass

Aug 29, 2013 - 8:43 am 2 by
Filed Under Misc Google

Google Glass AppsOne of the biggest complaints about Google Glass is that it does not work with Google Apps accounts. Well, one of the biggest complaints from Google Apps users is that nothing new from Google works with Google Apps. Heck, remember when Google+ came out, Google Apps users had to wait forever to participate.

That being said, Google is now, unofficially, supporting Google Apps users with Google Glass.

David Carr, a Glass user, was the first to notice and posted on Google+.

How do you switch your Glass to use Google Apps? Simple, factory reset the thing. Go to my Glass and factory reset your Glass device then visited from my Google Apps account and set up Glass normally. Several Glass users have confirmed it works.

I should note, Sarah Price from Google said this is being tested and may have bugs. She wrote:

This isn't actually supported yet, but we are testing it and working on it. Just wanted to let you know in case you see anything break or disappear.

So be careful!

Forum discussion at Google+.


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