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Google Glass newest app from livestream

Google Glass now has an app from Livestream that will allow users to stream live video through Glass.

Google Glass app
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This app allows users to share what they are looking at in real time.

To begin broadcasting, users simply pair Glass with an event and say, "OK Glass, Livestream," and tap the side of the device to begin recording. Viewers can tune into live broadcasts via the web or the company's smartphone and Roku apps.

This app is available on iOS and Android and is used for a multitude of applications including journalism, news coverage, concerts, sporting events, and more.

The app also allows followers to post and stream that will pop up at the bottom of Glass's interface, and will post to Faceook when you begin shooting and will provide an on-demand tape to link once the user is done shooting.

As of now, Livestream is the newest and only third-party live streaming app for Glass.

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