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Google Glassware Review Process opens, gives devs a path to MyGlass listing

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Developers eagerly working on services for the Google Glass headset finally have a clear avenue for release, now that the Glassware Review Process is ready. By completing the steps listed, they can receive additional Mirror API quota and get listed on MyGlass, while we wait for the SDK to arrive and enable development of offline apps with direct hardware access. Several services have already been through the ringer and are newly available, including SportsYapper, Fancy, Mashable, KitchMe (shown above) and Thuuz. The list of requirements is publicly available and covers elements like icons, design, menus and more. We've seen a few interesting developments appear for Google Glass already, if you're in the developer program and see anything new pop up, let us know.

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