Washington: Google has reportedly added music streaming feature to its hi-tech wearable computing gadget Google Glass that lets users download music on the device and listen on the company's new range of headphones customized for the eyewear.
The futuristic eyewear that is operated with voice commands has been reconfigured to recognize the words 'listen to'.
According to Sky News, the 1,500 dollars worth eyewear can now let users to search for songs and scan through saved playlists with the command.
The report said that the tracks from Google Play are then streamed through the specialized Google Glass Earbuds, which plug into the headset and feature interchangeable coloured caps.
Marketing director of Google Glass, Ed Sanders said that the new features lets users listen to their favourite tunes anytime, anywhere.
The new Glass Earbuds headphones are expected to cost 85 dollars, the report added.
First Published: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 10:53