Android Wear Apps are now available on Google Play. Right now there are about 20 customized applications for Android Wear including Maps, Pinterest, Hangouts, OneFootball Brazil, and The Guardian.
Google hopes Android Wear Apps inspire customers
There is much development happening to support Android Wear. And this will entice customers to buy Android-based wearables in the near future. The latest update for Google Play includes support for syncing data between Android devices and wearables. App developers now have the ability to design apps which allow users to transfer image and music files with Android wearables.
Android Wear devices Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch are coming to India in the near future. The latter will launch first on July 8th.
A Look At LG G Watch
The LG G Watch enables wearers to access many of the same functions on their smartphones right on the watch. Whenever the phone receives a notification, it goes to the watch. Some notifications will allow users to reply by simply tapping and it allows users to speak a reply which gets translated into text. This system allows users to access the internet without touching their phone. This watch is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz and features a 1.65-inch 280 x 280 display. The 400mAh battery delivers 36 hours of battery life with just one charge.
The smartwatch is really just a smaller version of the smartwatch. It will feature a small square display with bezel. Since this tech accessory has no buttons, LG G Watch wearers will have to tap the interface or use their voice. The back of the watch boasts a small unit of connectors which allow the watch to charge the watch when it is connected to the charger. The watch retails for just $229 which is considerably a lot less than a new smartphone. It is available in two color options including black or white/gold metal.