Google's Android Wear, a dedicated platform designed to run wearable devices, is limited in nature. While Google has hinted that it might support iOS, and it doesn't look they plan to do so in the near future.
However, for a change, a developer has found a way to have the Android Wear-powered watch work with Apple iPhone. Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh, a popular developer, has posted a video online that shows off his iPhone 6 pushing a notification to the Android Wear powered Moto 360 smartwatch.
The developer has basically found a novel solution to connect the Android Wear-compatible watch with an iPhone using Apple Notification Center Service or ANCS. This feature is available within the latest iOS version to deliver notifications from the iPhone to a wearable device using a stable Bluetooth connection.
This simply means that user needs to install an app on their Android Wear watch to fetch notifications directly from the compatible iPhone. This technique should work in a similar fashion on the iPad or an iPod Touch. The developer says he might release the app in the near future.
We'll keep a close eye on this project and let you know when, if ever, becomes available.
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