Google to launch Android SDK for wearable units in about two weeks

Google will launch an Android-based software development kits for wearable units, executive Sundar Pichai said recently. The SDK will be accessible in two weeks, Pichai said during a discussion at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Thereafter, a Google agent said Google is not arranging a bigger occasion around the launch, yet it is in reality happening.

Sundar Pichai

Pichai did not say if Google will be building its smartwatch, as numerous anticipate. He finished, then again, saying that wearables is a more extensive classification than simply the wrist. The wearable SDK will address how different sensors worn on the physique could work together, as per Pichai. 

"When we say wearables we think about it much more broadly," Pichai said. "It's for partners and developers to figure out. It could be a jacket … with sensors — I don't know."

In the interim, Google hasn't discharged full programmer apparatuses for its existing wearable unit Google Glass, however some are accessible through preview to the developers. With respect to carrying Android into an alternate venue that is getting more brilliant which is autos. Pichai said he trusted that rather than autos being hardwired with a specific working framework, the engineering might work correspondingly to Google's Chromecast for Televisions.

Chromecast itself has been a shockingly great item for Google, with far reaching famous offer from the first day it was divulged. Pichai said that a huge number of Chromecasts have been sold in the U.S. The item is going to start rolling out globally with confined substance for different markets. Google surely sees a lot of potential in wearable devices and realises very well that it is not restricted only to watches. Let us see what all Google has in store for the future.