The Android Wear app for iOS could launch at Google I/O in May.
Most iPhone users might be waiting impatiently for the Apple Watch, but it seems Google believes it could attract a few iOS users to its Android Wear platform. According to 01net, Google is preparing to launch support for Android Wear for the iPhone and iPad, with an official announcement supposedly set for the Google I/O developer conference in late May.
Google hasn’t denied anything outright, with the internet giant simply telling Engadget that they “don’t have anything to share at this time.” With Android Wear watches reportedly failing to make a dent in the smartwatch market in terms of sales, support for Apple’s flagship phones could certainly help things along. At this point, nothing is confirmed, though considering Google has never refrained from bringing all its apps and services to iOS, we will probably see Android Wear get the same treatment somewhere down the line.