Google’s smart eyewear recently faced improvements in its software that allowed the wearer to click images by just blinking. Glass’ new move clearly shows hints to expand privacy matters that have already been in buzz for the innovate device. The new feature arrives with line of new betterments.

“We’ve got a new setting that lets you quickly and easily capture the moments you care about with a simple wink of the eye,” a Wednesday post from Google Glass said.

“We’re starting with pictures, but just think about what else is possible,” the post continued. Till time, Glass captured only those pictures that the users’ tapped on its pad or with a saying of “OK Glass, take a picture.”

More capabilities included allowing users to lock eyewear so it was not used till the owner is aware of the proper “handshake” of taps and swipes.

Also the code was changed in order to post the video straight away on Google’s famous platform YouTube.

“Glass is about helping you look up and experience the world around you without getting bogged down by technology,” Google said.

The new smart device enables users to click pictures, shoot video, share or send the messages and do many other jobs with tapping and speaking instructions. Many renowned giants and social networking sites have already worked out customized apps and tools for Google Glass.