App allows you to upload video to YouTube from Google Glass

App allows you to upload video to YouTube from Google Glass
With developers turning their attention to Google Glass, those using the specs can now upload a video to YouTube using an app called Fullscreen BEAM. The process is simple and the video ends up on Fullscreen BEAM's YouTube channel, ready for your viewing pleasure. You can have the video appear for the public to view, or you can keep it private for you own personal viewing. And if you want, the video can be tweeted via Twitter.

While some developers will be hard at work, creating a Google Glass version of their apps, others will be creating third party versions of popular Android apps. Last week, Evernote and Path each said that they would each be creating a version of their app for Google Glass.

Uploading a video to YouTube that you've filmed with Google Glass is a four step process. Register the Fullscreen BEAM app, shoot the video, share the video with the Fullscreen BEAM app and then wait for confirmation. You can check it out in real life by watching the video below.

source: YouTube via SlashGear


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