As promised, the companion app to Google Glass, MyGlass, got a big update today. The bump from version 2.2 to 3.0 allows for sharing from Maps directly to Glass, but is otherwise purely aesthetic. Users will enjoy a slick new interface centered around a slide-out menu, which breaks out the Glassware Gallery, your active glassware, device info, and selected contacts into separate views.

This arrangement is infinitely more friendly than the previous interface, and glassware is now displayed more richly, with example screenshots in each listing along with a brief description and rundown of permissions. We've yet to see the long-awaited "Boutique," but in the meantime, the few official pieces of glassware available through MyGlass are now shown off better than ever.

The update also evidently brings some bug fixes to the app.

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Of course, as the Play Store description says, "if you don't have Glass, then downloading this will be a waste of time." If you want Glass, though, it's still available to those in the US for a hefty $1500 fee. Those that have Glass should grab the update by hitting the widget below.