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An RSS Reader for Google Glass

Google Reader may be shutting down, but now you can get RSS news feeds directly to your  Google Glass, thanks to a new app from developer Applied Analog. The app is called GlassFeeds and it is an RSS feed for Google Glass.

It lets users choose push news feeds from multiple news sources directly to them on Google Glass or store them to read later. Users can can send the stories to Pocket or email them to themselves to be read later. Here is more from the GlassFeeds blog:

Frankly, I can’t believe this isn’t one of the first applications to come out for Glass. I mean, right from the start, one of the original “apps” that came with Glass was NYT – lending to the thought that receiving news on Glass was one of the use cases Google had imagined. RSS seemed like a natural extension of that. Personally, I never liked the way the NYT app was laid out. I thought it basically grabbed your attention with a headline but gave you very little that you could do after that. I felt that at least being able to e-mail yourself a link would have helped.

(Via GigaOm).

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