Confirmed, mobile payments are already here in the smart watches due to the arrival of Android Wear 2.0. We assumed that this would be, and in fact is what was rumored for months. But the truth is that we now have the official confirmation with the arrival of the compatibility with this technology natively on Android Wear 2.0 trial version.
Android Wear 2.0, latest version of test
Android Wear 2.0 will officially reach the coming month. The new version of the operating system comes with different news which will be very relevant. One of them is the fact that there will now be an app store for smart watches. You will no longer need to install the app on your mobile phone so that the version of the clock is installed. Each app to watch will be autonomous and not depend on the smartphone. That is an important step forward.
It is also relevant also because it gets that watches do not depend on an Android mobile, but also we can use if we have an iPhone or if the future shows a different operating system for smartphones. Even it is ideal also for smart watches may be fully useful without having a mobile phone. You can make calls, connect us to the Internet, and send messages from our clock. By the way, the latest version of Android Wear 2.0 testlaunched today same. One of the novelties of this version is the fact that watches are already compatible with iOS native form.
Mobile payments arrive
However, most notable in Android Wear 2.0 is the fact that now the clocks will be compatible with NFC technology. Already some watches had NFC, but they will now be supported natively with the possibility of making payments through this technology. It’s really something ideal. If you have tried mobile payments know that it is something more useful and more when it comes to quantities of less than 20 euros, for which we don’t even have that use the PIN code. Every time it starts to be more interesting to buy a smart watch. Although that will depend on, that Yes, if the manufacturers believe that they will succeed and decided to launch more watches this year.
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