Last month, Google confirmed that Google Glass would soon be updated with Google Play Music and All Access integration — and the company has delivered today.
Glass owners are able to listen to tracks from their Play Music library, as well as All Access – Google’s on-demand music streaming service — simply by uttering the phrase “Okay Glass, listen to,” and the name of an artist, playlist, album or song. Android Police reports that a ‘Live Card’ will then appear, which displays information such as the artist and song name, as well as basic commands to pause or skip to the next song.
Lau says Glass owners who side-loaded the Google Play Music2.apk must uninstall it first before installing the Play Music app.
Stereo earbuds with interchangeable caps have also been made available to Google Glass owners alongside the roll-out of the Play Music app, with a price tag of $85, according to Android Police.
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