Google Glass has been out for a while, and the company’s Glass app is available to download from Google Play for $49.99.
That’s about two-thirds off the regular $299 price tag.
But Google is still offering the $49 app as an add-on to its Google Play store.
And it’s not the only one, either.
The company’s other app, Google Home, is also available for $79.99, which is $20 more than the regular price.
Google says it plans to roll out the $29.99 Google Home to all users in the coming months.
But if you’re a Google Glass owner, the $99 Google Glass app could save you a bit of money if you opt for it.
The Google Home app will include a list of available rental applications, and you’ll be able to choose which of them to install.
If you’re renting your home or office, Google is also offering a few free Google Glass accessories.
For $9 a month, you can get an extension cord, an audio adapter, and a few extra glasses.
That includes an earbud, a pair of binoculars, and an extension cable.
The $39 Google Glass application will also include some additional extras like a Google+ Hangout invite and Google+ sticker for your Google Glass.
We haven’t tried this out yet, but we’d be surprised if you don’t get a few Google Glass stickers along the way.
In addition, the Google Home application will include an add on for the Google+ service, which will let you access your friends and family and set up Google+ groups for your business.
But that service isn’t available to the general public.
The app is compatible with Android devices running Marshmallow, Lollipop, and above.
And if you want to install the Google Glass extension, you’ll need to install and update the Google app on your Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices.