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Glass Master Control app brings voice controlled settings to Glass


Developer Matthew Pierce has just released his latest Google Glass app bringing the ability to control a number of the device’s settings with just your voice (via Selfscreens). The app will let Glass users control volume, brightness, WiFi, Bluetooth, as well as pull up system status using voice commands. For example, “Wifi Switch” and “Bluetooth Switch” commands will auto-toggle WiFi or Bluetooth, while “Glass Brightness Max” will increase brightness to full.

Installation instructions and a full list of voice commands are available here.

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