Not every question to which a tool recommendation could be an answer is a recommendation question. In actual fact the OP does what I'd wish more users would to where it concerns their recommendation questions.
The question is entirely problem focused. "How can I put the Glassware (apk) up online so he can "load it up" into his glass remotely? Or deploy it to his glass?" If there is a programmatic solution, great. If there is something in the SDK, wonderful. If there is an external tool, fine.
The question here is not "what tool do you recommend to do X?" but "How do I solve this problem I'm facing?". It's perhaps a subtle shift, but it's an important one. I'd say that makes the question acceptable, and the audit fine.
Afaik the audits are automatically chosen, based on the community's evaluation of a question. With a score of +6, this is regarded as a good question, and an audit with it would expect that you evaluate it similarly.