To make Glass development move forward, per usual Google has released their monthly device for the prototype headset and its few thousand Explorers. The update brings one major feature: voice controls that can be tapped in by third-party developers, along with fixes.
So, you could tell Evernote to “take a note” for example, and that would finally render a response, or Path, where you could say “post an update”.
Besides those two apps, there aren’t any other voice commands available besides the usual bunch, but that will change. Other things to make note of: the additions of movie listing, a video player with seek/play/pause controls, and new Google Now cards — -reservation reminders, showtimes for nearby movie theaters, and local emergency alerts.
A small step forward, but one nonetheless.
Via: Google Glass (+ Post)