Although not yet out, Android Wear will be Google’s Android-based operating system for the next wave of wearable devices.
Today, Google released a few more images of what Android Wear will look like on users devices. The images provide a little insight into what consumers will see while using their device.
Push notifications have become an integral part of the smartphone experience. Being notified of important topics coming without having to search for them is a huge plus for any consumer. Timothy Jordan, a Google employee, revealed some images of what the Android Wear push notifications may look like.
Multiple different app’s are displayed in Jordan’s images. Notably, the applications shown are the game Clash of Clans, Pocket Cast, Nest and a calendar based application.
On his Google+ account, Jordan said, “One of the coolest parts of Android Wear is how it extends the Android platform to a new generation of devices out of the box, without any need to update your app…If you have a notification-enabled app, those notifications will generally just work on your new wearable.”
Though these notifications appear to be just the beginning of what is possible with Android Wear, they do provide some nice insight as to what consumers can expect. Jordan mentioned that in the future, notifications could even include things like voice replies.
With Android Wear still being very new to the market, the apps have yet to roll out by the bunches. We know that LG and Motorola are both working on devices to support the OS, but more details should continue to filter out through the summer.