Android Wear App Section Launched with Google Play Services 5.0 Update

By | July 3, 2014

The Tech giant Google has starts rolling the services for its Android wear. Now the latest updates of Google Play services 5.0 rolling out, across the world. This latest update brings the  Android wearable services APIs and much more things to the Android user.

Search Engine giant Google has announced this on its Android Developers Blog and said- “Google Play services 5.0 is now rolled out to devices worldwide, and it includes a number of features you can use to improve your apps. This release introduces Android wearable services APIs, Dynamic Security Provider and App Indexing, whilst also including updates to the Google Play game services, Cast, Drive, Wallet, Analytics, and Mobile Ads.”


This Android Wear platform brings a set of APIs, which allows the user to easily connect to the app that are running on the wearable devices and it will improve the functionality of the wearable devices. In the Google notes The APIs provide an automatically synchronized, persistent data store and a low-latency messaging interface that let you sync data, exchange control messages, and transfer assets.”

This update is also includes the dynamic security provider, that offers an API which can use to install a security provider. The  Google Play game services now come with a new set of APIs which they called Quests; App Indexing API. The Google Cast SDK also brings the media tracks which introduce the closed caption support for Chromecast, updated Google Drive API, and the Google Wallet now comes with a new “Save to Wallet” button with support for the offers.

Google Developers said on Twitter, “Apps for Android Wear launching today. A collection of apps for Android Wear will be available on Google Play.” The ‘Apps for Android Wear‘ section in the Google Play comes with apps from Google such as an official Android Wear companion app for Android devices, Google Maps, and Hangouts.