Today, Google announced that Android wear will now be compatible with iPhone 5 and newer running iOS 8.2 and above. On top of this, and official Android wear app will be hitting the App Store worldwide today [Direct Link]. Android Wear for iPhone will have quite a few features that Android users will be pretty familiar with which include but are not limited to: custom watch faces, notifications, Google Now and voice searches, and of course fitness. It will have support for apps like Google’s Weather and Translate, however iOS apps are not supported, at least with this release.
Here’s a video from The Verge with some more information on it:
Android Wear by Google Inc. iTunes App Store Description:
The Android Wear app connects your iPhone to your Android Wear watch. Once connected you’ll receive notifications from all your iPhone apps, right on your wrist, as well as timely information from Google Now (like traffic alerts, weather and flight status). You can also use the Android Wear app to configure your wearable device, including which notifications appear on your watch.
Check it out and let us know what you think!