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Some of Our Favorite Android Wear Notifications

Today’s post on #AndroidWear  is from +Timothy Jordan 

One of the coolest parts of Android Wear is how it extends the Android platform to a new generation of devices out of the box, without any need to update your app.  If you have a notification-enabled app, those notifications will generally just work on your new wearable.

It's striking how useful these notifications are and easy to imagine how much more valuable they could get with a little bit of additional development.  With just a few lines of code you can deliver even richer experiences on the wearable by using stacks, pages, and voice replies.

Check out the photos for some of my favorite notifications so far.
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بالجد انتم خبراء في هذا المجال تعرفون ماذا تقدمون للعالم اجمع من أجل التقدم و التطور لكل العالم.لذا نحن نحبكم و فخورون بكم و لو لا انتم لما تمكنا من التحدث و الكتابة عبر نظامكم المتقدم المتطور للبشرية الاندرويد.الان الاندرويد رفيقي الاول الذي لا يكذب و هذا شعوري.
I wouldn't say that smoke in the office is my favorite notification, but well... to each his own, right? :P
Always nice to see Pocket Casts make an appearance on one more platform :)
I can see it now. Android wear will become an advertising platform, allowing app developers to target you any time they like, not just when you are using their app.
+Adrian Scarlett - using notifications for advertising is against the terms of service already.
+Ian Lake tell that to the apps that still 'self' install automatically on GB, the install notification is an ad in and of itself...
+Ian Lake So how will Google make money on this. Wear isn't made out of the goodness of their hearts. There has to be some form of advertising allowed on this.
+TZig Adam isn't it enough making you want to use android? An then you use Android apps, with Google Ads? When you use a Google product, you probably use more, making you use more Google is enough, although they will probably find a way to make money more directly, which isn't bad by itself, the way to do that is what's important.
+Ian Lake Google barely enforces the terms of service. If a big company like EA did it, Google would do nothing about it. See: The recent EA ratings 'scandal'.
+Adrian Scarlett apps arent alowed to advertise in notifications
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