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Google finally brings Android Wear support to iPhones


After a long wait, Google is finally bringing Android Wear support to iPhones. The app is now available on the Apple app store.

The list of supported devices includes the iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, or 6 Plus. Your iPhone will also need to be running at least iOS 8.2 or higher as older versions of iOS are not supported. Sadly, older Android Wear smartwatches are not going to be compatible with iPhones. For now, only the LG Watch Urbane is supported. However, all future Android Wear watches from Huawei, Asus, Motorola, and others will support iOS.

Although not all Android Wear features will work on iPhones, you will still be able to receive notifications from your apps, set fitness goals and view your daily or weekly progress, track running and walking, measure your heart rate, and access Google Now to set reminders and access info on traffic, flight status, and more.

Source: Google




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