TripIt, Foursquare & OpenTable Come To Google Glass

May 15, 2014 - 8:14 am 0 by
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Google has announced on Google+ that they've added some new Glassware to Google Glass, namely TripIt, Foursquare and OpenTable.

I personally have been using a third-party Foursquare app for a while and love it, I believe the official Foursquare version is very limited but probably solid enough. I plan on playing with it over the next few days.

Google said:

Some of the most exciting experiences that our Explorers have shared with us are from their travels with Glass. Glass has become a favorite travel companion because it helps you enjoy your vacation without getting lost in your technology, and now we have new Glassware that will continue to help you discover and explore with ease.

Go to MyGlass today to add new Glassware from +TripIt, +Foursquare and +OpenTable. You will also find our travel favorites: Field Trip, Word Lens, Google Now, Search and Maps. Whether you’re trying to find your gate at the airport, the best coffee shop in Austin or a reservation for 2 in New York City, Glass has you covered.

Here are screen shots:


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Open Table:

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The power of Glass got just a bit more useful now.

Forum discussion at Google+.


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