Utah makes Google Glass app for bus riders

Published February 25, 2014 2:32 pm
Mobile • Free app allows users to track a bus or train.
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There may not be a lot of people who have Google Glass, Google's wearable computing device, but the state of Utah still made an app for it.

OnTime, the mobile app from the Utah Transit Authority that allows users to track buses and Trax in real time, has now been ported over to Google Glass. The app also gives notifications of an approaching bus or train and allows the user to view route information.

The app is free and is now available for download at ontime.utah.gov.

Google Glass is worn like a pair of glasses and has a small viewing screen above the right eye that displays information and video. The device has not been sold to the public yet except for a version only for app developers.


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