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The last Android Wear 2.0 Dev Preview includes support for iOS

Soporte a iOS

Already we have been knowing through various rumors that Android Wear 2.0 would be being deployed early in the month that comes specifically on 9 February. A long-awaited update that has been delayed, so expectations are at the top so that it propel a few connected wearables that still emerge as a product of interest to the general public.

Until that final version can be seen, the big G has deployed a final build of developers so they can have their applications ready for the official launch. An Android Wear 2.0 that will be seen in the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style as the two connected wearables for LG manufactured for own Google.

In that last build brought some interesting news and that will have a greater impact when developers include it, because is has updated the library’s support of wearables. If the Android Wear app is compiled with API level 25 and provides support to this library, I would be ready to be deployed in the Google Play Store.

Android Wear 2.0

There are some bugs fixes and improvements included as it is the NFC HCE (Host Card Emulation) support. Another novelty is the way in which you can change to a single page, via an action icon. This change offers is a navigation faster and more scalable to different views of the app. Other changes are in the API of ProGuard and Complication.

Lastly, and the most peculiar, is that Android Wear 2.0 allows the support to iOS. This what it means is that developers can distribute applications to iPhone watches Semidetached houses through a brand in the manifesto of the app. What he will say to the Play Store set is that the user should not take the implementation of Android phone to use which has developed.

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