GlassFeeds – RSS for Glass

I’m proud to publish my first Mirror API application, GlassFeeds. This app allows you to select several news sources which will be periodically used to push news stories directly to your Glass. From there, you can send the stories to Pocket or e-mail to be read later or share them with your friends.

GlassFeeds can be activated here:
http://glassfeeds.appspot.com

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.

Anyhow, noone made it, so I did. I have to say, I’ve been testing this for the last week and it has quickly become the #1 use for my Glass – receiving news and judging which stories I want to read later that is. I love this app, and I hope you guys do too.

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