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Google’s companion app for Google Glass was updated this afternoon on iOS with a few minor changes. The update to MyGlass bumps the app to version 0.8.0 and brings it closer to the generally more capable and more powerful MyGlass Android app.

With this evening’s update, MyGlass on iOS now allows users to sync photos from Glass to the app for easier viewing and sharing. This means that any photos you take with Glass will appear in the MyGlass app almost immediately. Google also says that the update includes a variety of bug fixes, as you would expect.

For those unfamiliar, MyGlass allows Google Glass users to configure and manage their device and do things such as getting directions, screen casting what you see on Glass, installing Glassware, and much more.

MyGlass is available on the App Store for free.

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