How to make your smart phone work for Android and Apple Watch

Google’s smartwatch is in a bit of a bit a state of flux.

Google announced its first Android Wear device at IFA this year, but since then the company has been working on the smartwatch’s own software, and the launch of the Samsung Gear VR is also due this year.

Now that Android Wear has finally arrived on the Android Wear platform, it’s now up to Google to create a way for smartwatches to work with Android.

Google is currently working on a new SDK for Android Wear devices that would allow developers to add a new Android Wear app to their Android app stores and the Google Play store.

The SDK will be built on top of the existing Android SDK, but Google is planning to release a new version of the SDK that would bring support for Android apps built on Android Wear.

In a blog post today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Android developers should start working on new SDKs for the smartwares in the coming months.

The latest version of Android Wear SDK 2.0 will include support for many of the Android apps that are currently available on Google Play.

These apps include Fitbit, Strava, Jawbone, and Nike+, for example.

The SDK will also include support and documentation for some of the new features of Android M, the next version of Google’s mobile operating system, that Google says will bring better battery life and more powerful hardware.

While Android Wear is a new platform, the software platform is also being rolled out as Google continues to add new features to Android.

For example, Google recently announced a new feature called Google Cloud Platform, which allows developers to create applications that run on the cloud and can be used across multiple devices, including smartwands.

Google has also made several updates to Android Wear to support the latest devices, such as an update to the smart watch’s software so that it can automatically connect to Google Play, as well as a number of additional features.

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