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Google is jamming an app store into your Android Wear smartwatch

Back in May, Google announced that it working on version 2.0 of its Android Wear smartwatch OS, with a bunch of new features like handwriting support and a full QWERTY keyboard, the ability for watchfaces to display info from other apps and one-touch smart replies based on the context of your incoming messages. The company said in a blog post that it’s also going to bring a Play Store exclusively for Android Wear apps to your watch.
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