The official Google Play Music app for Google Glass, which was announced earlier this month, is now available to download, giving users access to their cloud-based music library as well as Google’s All Access music streaming service.
The new app can be downloaded via the MyGlass page or the accompanying Glass app for Android. If you have already side-loaded a pre-release version of the app because you couldn’t wait for its public release, then you should uninstall that before installing the new one.
Once you have the app, you’ll be able to say things like, “listen to the Pussycat Dolls,” and Glass will begin playing your music. You can also use the Sound Search feature built into Glass to identify songs around you before listening to them.
Google is selling a special set of studio earbuds designed for Glass, pictured above, which promise high-quality audio and offer interchangeable colored caps. They’re available from the Google Glass website for $85.
Story via CultofAndroid