New Delhi: With Google Glass expected to come to market later this year, developers seem to have focusing more on apps for the first-of-its kind wearable device to help you make the most of it. There may be various apps in the works, but there is one app, specifically designed for Google Glass, that has gained huge traction even before its release. A developer from London claims to have made an app that comes to use while making love with your partner. Glance app, also called the 'Sex with Glass' app, lets you see two different perspectives, seamlessly. It changes the way you experience something personal, says the company's website. To make use of the app, both partners need to wear Google Glass when in bed. With the Glance app, you see what your partner can see. It is designed to help partners share their point of view with each other. Just say "ok glass, it's time" and the Glance app on Google Glass will stream what you see to each other. In other words, he will be streamed what she sees, and she will be streamed shat he sees. If you feel like stopping everything, just say "ok glass, pull out". It is said that videos self-destruct after 5 hours. "You are the only person who has a copy of the video if you save it. Otherwise, It's gone forever. Not hosted anywhere," says the company. It is claimed that using the app, users can switch off lights, play music, and ask for new sexual positions using different voice commands. Sex with Glass' app will first come to iPhone
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