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Technology giants are investing big currencies in wearable devices. Google Glass, Pebble Smartwatch and Apple Watch are already owned by millions worldwide and Fitbit activity trackers have hogged the tremendous limelight. If reports are to be believed, the likes of Sony, Samsung and LG will soon introduce to the market a variety of wearable health kits and monitoring devices. With all such developments around, don’t you expect buzz in the world of mobile apps. A recently published report on Wearable Apps by App Futura based on the interview from some of the leading app developing companies emphasizes on its importance.
While wearable technology witnessed its dawn in 2014 and many specimens made way to the market in 2015, nothing much has been done to capture their potential using a variety of possible apps. In 2016, you can expect the things to get serious and how. Explore how the year is going to contribute in this direction.
Android has already taken the right step with the launch of Android Wear, the operating system version dedicated to wearables. The problem so far has been the apparent fragmentation that exists in the world of wearable apps. Developers find it difficult to develop mobile apps for so many mobile environments emerging on the scene. This year, expect to see wearable devices running on specific platforms. This will allow:
With wearable devices of all kinds ready to debut, there is absolutely no limit to the types of wonderful wearable apps one may think of. Here’s a list of the hottest apps that users across the world wish to have on their devices:
As mentioned earlier, wearable apps are getting ready to touch every aspect of one’s lifestyle. If you are a business owner and have targeted audiences who will soon start investing in wearable technologies, it’s time to take a leap and take advantage out of it by developing a wearable app. Make sure you begin to do it in 2016, simultaneously along with the growing popularity of wearables.
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