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Google announces Android Wear

Mar 18 2014, 1:47pm CDT | by , in News | Android

Google announces Android Wear
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The Android Wear is coming to the new LG G watch and will be seen on Samsung, HTC and ASUS soon

It's been quite some time since Google had been working on the Android Wear which has been exclusively designed to function inside the wearable devices and following the current market trend, this obviously takes us to the smartwatch segment. Though the Android Wear will expand further and take into account other wearable devices as well.

Android Wear can rightly be called the mini version of the Android OS and it has been designed in such a way that it allows interactions with the werable devices with the help of voice commands and the output will be in the form of results on the screen as well as straight answers in audio form. There are three important things which this mini Android version will do for you;

  1. It provides useful information whenever you need it and this includes all the imprtant updates about which you will be notified right away. You can get all the latest posts and updates from your favorite social apps and also receive messages from the instant messaging apps. 
  2. You will get answers for all the spoken questions which you throw directly at the device. You can ask whatever question you have in mind and Google will answer all your queries. 
  3. The device will let you monitor your health and fitness along the way as it helps you with your exercise goals and keeps a track of your fitness apps. 
  4. It welcomes you to a multiscreen world where you can access and control other devices from your wrist. A signal of Ok Google lets you fire up your favorite music app instantly or cast your favorite movie to your TV. 
 

 For more details on how the device works, there are promo videos on the internet which you can check. The Android Wear will soon be in hype because Google has already partnered with some manufacturers including Samsung, LG and HTC. And LG is already launching its G Watch which features a 1.65" screen with a 280 x 280 resolution.

source: googleblog

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