If you have Google Glass, you can download the Twitter app today by going to google.com/myglass.
Right now, only a few thousand developers and early adopters have access to Google Glass as part of the company's "Explorer" program. Each headset costs $1,500.
Twitter isn't the only big-name app coming to Google Glass today. CNN, The New York Times, Evernote, and Tumblr each said they're working on apps for Glass during a presentation at Google's I/O developers conference.
One of Glass' biggest challenges will be getting developers on board for the new platform. It seems like this is a good start. The device isn't expected to launch until early 2014, so there's still plenty of time for other developers to make apps.
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