Those of you who have played with a Parrot AR.Drone in the past know how fun these drones are. You can control them using your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android devices. But did you know that you may be able to control your drone using a Google Glass device in the future? Google is not selling Google Glass to the public yet but developers are already developing exciting solutions for the device. This video shows how Google Glass can be used to control a AR Drone.
Tim Cook has suggested that Google Glass may not have a broad appeal but we would not be surprised if Apple entered this market soon. Google is already receiving a lot of grief over privacy issues that the Glass can bring about. Apple will surely have its own wearable devices in the future though.
Speaking of Google products, Google+ for iOS has been updated with a bunch of new exciting features (don’t forget to follow us on Google+). The app now keeps your photos organized. It Auto Enhances your photos and lets you share short animations, panoramas, and more with your friends. Hangouts now has its own app, which is nice. You can take advantage of related hashtags to find more content.
Users can now control how often What’s Hot posts appear in their stream. They get to edit comments and copy posts’ permalinks conveniently. Want to display strike-through text on your mobile device? No problem. Google+ 4.4 is now available for download from the App Store.