Posted July 29, 2018 13:33:52The app itself is basically the same as a regular Glass app, but it has a couple of neat additions: a way to use a photo gallery for stickers, and a way for you to set the image on a sticky sticker to show up for your app when it comes up on your device.
The app is free, but you’ll need to pay for access to the Google Play Store (which you can do on the Google Glass app itself), and that’ll cost you $3.99.
There’s no Android version of the app yet, but Glass is getting closer to making it a reality, with a number of new Android Wear devices coming out this year, including the Google Watch and Samsung Gear Fit.
It’s possible that Glass could eventually make its way to the Apple Watch, too, if it wants to make Glass more than just a novelty.
You can check out the app and all of its features below.
If you’re looking for a more in-depth guide to Glass, this article from Ars Technic’s own Sam Woolley covers the entire process of making the Glass app.