Imagine a world where all your integral deals are carried out by the very Google Glass you are wearing, like paying a shopkeeper. Now it seems like the option to do that could be as open as ever with new details flowing in from the web.
According to reports, Google' own payments feature Google Wallet could be soon heading over to the company's Glass, and that the company is already testing out the service internally.
As told to Tech Crunch via a source close to the company, Google is currently testing an option for Glass users to send money to their friends via Wallet by simply using their voices to ask Glass to "send money." As of now, there are chances that it will launch to all Glass users in the near future.
"To install the Wallet service on their devices, Glass users currently have to be signed in to a computer on Google's corporate network. From there, they can install the Wallet glassware, and after setting the service up from there, they are ready to send money from Glass," the Tech Crunch report states.
While we are yet to find out exactly how Google plans to carry out this incorporation and if there will be bigger uses for it, but if indeed released, the Glass could help users split a bill with friends, and even carrying out online transactions.
"The use cases, after all, are pretty much identical. Imagine you're at a restaurant and you want to send your share of the bill to a friend. You simply ask Glass to 'send money,' swipe through the interface a few times and you're done," the report adds.
More on this is expected to arrive in the next few days.