Facebook (Unofficially) Lands On Google Glass

Although it’s only available to a super-select few, Facebook already has a home on Google Glass. It’s not the official Facebook application, but TechCrunch reports that recently launched photo sharing app Glass to Facebook uploads photos taken with Google Glass to users’ Facebook accounts.

By enabling Glass to Facebook to connect with users’ Facebook account, the app will do as it says — post photos taken with Google Glass to Facebook. Unfortunately, unless you were one of the roughly 1,500 people to get the first Google Glasses (or unless you work for the Internet giant), you’ll have to wait a while to try this out.

Photos will be posted to users’ Timelines, as well as saved in designated albums for all Glass-born photos.

Readers: What do you think a real Facebook app for Glass would look like?

Main image courtesy of White Men Wearing Google Glass.

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