How Can Google Glass Improve Your Business?
Many believe that the Google Glass has to be connected to your PC in order for it to run. This is not true. All Google Glass programs are “side-loaded” apps. This simply means they are not downloaded as part of the Android operating system.
How do I install Google Glass on my google smartphone? The first thing you need to do is enable debug mode on your google smartphone. This can be done by going to settings > developer options > tap the link “USB debugging.” If your device is powered off or turned off by touch, then you will not be able to see this option. Simply follow this step if your device is awake.
How do I install Google Glass on an HTC One M8 for example? Again, there is no need for a USB cable. Your phone actually powers Google Glass up through the use of the USB data cable. Once it boots up, you can connect it to your computer through the USB data cable. You can also write code to it if you want to. You can find more information on how to develop for the Google Android SDK at google’s website.
What else does the development platform lets me do? It gives you the ability to view and debug your project. When you have debugging problems, you can open a developer console right from your Glass browser to troubleshoot. Also, you can upload and download any applications and files that you want to use on Glass. This feature is available only on the Android platform.
Does it support the enterprise edition of Google Glass? Yes. As long as you have purchased and unlocked your phone, it will work with the enterprise edition. However, you should make sure to purchase a Google developer account to use it. The developer account will allow you to upload and debug apps that run directly on Google Glass.
What about devices that are part of the enterprise edition 2? Yes, they work just fine. Even if they are not part of the enterprise edition 2, they are still worthy of consideration because they will allow you to run many Android applications right from your mobile device. For example, you can use Google Maps to navigate to restaurants, or to take a reminder to an appointment. You can also get access to your Gmail, docs, and Calendar.
So why should you use Google Glass in the workplace? First, because it provides a real-time implementation of Android design patterns and the Android ecosystem. For example, you can write code and run it on a mobile device right from your computer. This is a big advantage over the other enterprise Android development platform that run directly from your laptop or desktop.
Second, the device will also allow you to have a form of “anthropology” taught to you – the ability to see the world through your device. In other words, you’ll be able to see the world from your peripherals. Imagine walking into a meeting and looking at the board behind the presenter. You’ll be able to adjust your posture in order to better see the presentation on the screen.
Third, it has many features built in. For example, you can get access to YouTube and take notes. It has integration with Gmail. Finally, it also integrates with your Google+ account. All of these are built-in and it’s completely customizable.
So how do you benefit from using Google Glass? First, it provides a way for your employees to become more mobile. They will no longer be tethered to their desktops and be limited to the applications and features of their computer. You will be able to get more done in less time. Second, your company can benefit from a more mobile workforce. Employees will be free to move around and engage in new tasks throughout the day.
Finally, the Google Glass Experience actually does something that no other smartphone has done before. It creates brand recognition. When people use Google Glass in their daily lives, they will have a more natural connection to your company than any other device. This will create trust and brand loyalty. Ultimately, this means more customers and more engagement with your business.