Google launches third-party Android Wear apps


Google(s goog) is continuing the momentum it started at last week’s Google I/O developer event. After rolling out Google Play Services 5.0 worldwide on Wednesday, the company followed up with the first batch of third-party apps for Android Wear smartwatches. The list of applications appears to be rolling out in a staged fashion as some Android owners are seeing different titles.

Android Wear apps

On my Moto X, for example, I see 24 Android Wear apps; clearly developers quickly added smartwatch functionality to their software in the past week. Google said that could be as easy as providing simple notification support or software could push advanced functions to the smartwatches. Among the titles I see so far are RunKeeper (already installed but it’s too late for me to run!), IFTTT, Level Money, Banjo, Eat24, Glympse, Player FM Podcast and Radio, The Guardian, Thomson Reuters Eikon, Evernote Wear, Pintrest, American Airlines, and…

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