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Developer Mohammad AG almost makes Android Wear to work with iPhone

Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh (an Android developer) who is widely known on XDA (an Android discussion forum) has claimed to find a solution to push notification from iOS to Android Wear.

Google had earlier hinted about Android Wear eventually working with iPhones.  Mohammad AG created an .apk that runs on the smartwatch, and he is considering open-sourcing it. To setup the smartwatch one would still need Android device. But there won’t be any requirement of jailbreaking as iOS 7 or higher Apple device can be used for it.

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Mohammad admits that this is a limited project, and a lot of work is still required to be done. However, this is a good start let’s see how it spans out to be.

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