Google glass porn app in the works

Need all the latest porn industry news waved around a mere centimetre from your face? There’s an app for that – and more…

Google Glass Porn MiKandi

Need to keep up to date with all the latest porn industry happenings during your day, but just can’t seem to find a moment to check your smartphone or settle down in front of a desktop PC?

You’ll be glad to know that a Google Glass app is in the works so you can have all the latest porn industry news pumped into your eyeballs, as it happens.

For the unaware, Google Glass is the search giant’s foray into an augmented reality in which Google-powered information will be overlayed on the headset’s lenses. Of course, app developers will also be able to make use the Glass platform.

MiKandi is an adult app store which boasts nearly 8,000 adult apps in its market – and it’s looking to add another.

Apparently the developers at MiKandi have their hands on the Google Glass prototype and are coming up with ideas on how to inject a little more adult content into your daily Google-enhanced reality.

Beyond simple porn news, the MiKandi devs envision creating and facilitating the sharing of content such as point-of-view (POV) porn, and using Google Glass to communicate with sex toys.

Just be careful which voice commands you issue in crowded public places.

Google Glass watching porn

Source: MiKandi

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