The significant majority of Android applications are designed with touchscreen-based devices in mind. M-Series Smart Glasses use a very different user interface and interaction model compared to traditional Android phones and tablets, and rely heavily upon focus-based navigation for interface objects which most traditional Android applications do not implement. As such, we must consider most Android applications not designed with Smart Glass devices in mind as unsupported.
It is possible to navigate these applications with external input devices such as a Bluetooth mouse/keyboard combination or remote control applications such as Vuzix View, but as the primary objective of using a device such as the M-Series Smart Glasses is to be able to work hands-free, these applications will provide a far less than ideal user experience.
If there is an application which fits into this category that you must use on the M-Series Smart Glasses, it is highly advisable to contact the developer of the application to see if they would be willing to develop a separate version of their application which will be better suited for the user interface model of the M-Series Smart Glasses.