For a long time, Android smartwatches were on the sidelines of smartphones because many considered them as niche devices for runners and performance geeks. Very few people were interested in buying a smartwatch as a separate gadget because it only was useful when paired with phones. But everything changed with the rebranding of Android Wear 2.0. […]
This year has only started a couple of months back and it already managed to bring a lot of changes. Unfortunately some of them are extremely unpositive like the outbreak of COVID-19, unstable economic situation and the population of numerous countries worldwide put in quarantine.
To date Apple and Google allow developers building rich experiences with HealthKit and Google Fit APIs. The field of opportunities that companies provide to developers by opening their APIs is generous. While Google focuses more on the fitness tracking and better connectivity of all Android-powered wearables, Apple explores new opportunities in the healthcare industry.