Android Wear, Pebble and newcomer Apple Watch, these three are the smartphones you can buy now. But when you start comparing each of them and look for some help in choosing one out of three, then it’s not that hard.
That’s because, Pebble is the only platform which supports for Android and iPhone smartphones, but, that’s not the case with remaining two.
If you own an Android smartphone then go for Android Wear or in case of an iPhone, the choice is Apple Watch. It is simple, right?
Well, it’s not going to stay that simple for long!
Google is on its way to bring iPhone support for Android Wear, says The Verge.
Anyone following the tech industry can state that this decision from Google is definitely going to help its Android Wear platform get more users. While, I’m damn sure that Apple is never going to do that with its Watch.
But, even if Google tries to bring that support, will Apple allow that? I don’t think so. Apple has already begun selling its Smart Watch from today itself and if any Android smartwatch is available as an option, it will definitely try to hurt the overall sales graph.
Sharing some details, the report concluded that the Google’s platform has already got a companion application which connects to the iPhone and offers basic functionalities.
For the moment, notifications are supported, as confirmed by the picture. Also, Google didn’t confirmed anything on this project.
No doubt, Google will try to bring Google Now cards, voice command and few more utility features. Pebble is already supporting many common features (including Music controls) and I’m sure this news will surprise them.
For the moment, Android Wear supports any Android 4.3 or higher running OS and no doubt, this development news is pleasing. Let’s see what exactly comes out from Google’s lab. Stay tuned!