Engadget reports that some developers who had registered their interest in the Glass Explorers program are now receiving emailed invitations from Google.

Although third-party developers have been able to develop Glass apps using a cloud-based API, this approached imposed limitations on what those apps could do. Google recently removed these limitations by offering developers an SDK, or in this case a GDK (Glass Development Kit), previewed here … 


With the GDK, and specific Glass Explorer invitations to developers, Google clearly wants there to be lots of apps out there by the time it is eventually ready for public sale. There is still no word on when they day may arrive, nor how many developers are being invited to participate at this stage.

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