Google still seems to be deciding what people should actually do with Google Glass. No one knows exactly why they should buy an expensive pair of smartglasses, especially when they look unfashionable even in the most well-executed promotional shots. Looking past fashion concerns, however, MIT Technology Review has rounded up some of the most interesting apps making their way to Glass in order to find out whether or not Google’s wearable hardware has some real market potential after all. The first app is the Moment Camera, an automatic camera that captures footage throughout the day without any user input. “Like a pro photographer, Moment tries to take photos of the people, places, and times you care about,” says the Moment Camera website.