At last, Google has launched the Android Wear iOS app! Now iPhone users can utilize Google Android-fuelled smartwatches rather than depending on the Apple Watch.
It is one of the coolest innovations in recent years. This is a nod to the current trend inclined towards wearables, particularly smartwatches. Fundamentally, smartwatches are Bluetooth-expansions of your current cell phone. Unless less “smart” watches like Pebble acquire computing power, smartwatch stages will be a division of the cell phone camps as of now; split between Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android.
Since Apple Watch is accessible in one form factor, the likelihood of utilizing Google Wear implies that iPhone users can now utilize a round dial smartwatch. The handy item assortment has recently gone up.
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In the official Google blog, David Singleton, Director of Engineering, Android Wear said, “When you wear something every day, you want to be sure it really works for you. That’s why Android Wear offers countless design choices, so you can find the watch that fits your style. Want a round watch with a more classic look? Feel like a new watch band? How about changing things up every day with watch faces from artists and designers? With Android Wear you can do all of that. And now, Android Wear watches work with iPhones.”
Android Wear for iOS is taking off today. Simply combine your iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, or 6 Plus running iOS 8.2+ with an Android Wear watch to convert basic and accommodating data right to your wrist:
Check necessary information like telephone calls, notifications and messages from your most loved applications. Android Wear has an always on screen, so you’ll never need to shift your wrist to awaken your watch.
Set fitness objectives, and get routine perspectives of your advancement. Your watch naturally tracks you and even traces your heart rate.
Get daily tips about appointments and information about traffic or flight status. Simply say, “OK Google” to make inquiries like “Is it going to snow in the US tomorrow?” or make to-dos with “Remind me my friend’s birthday.”