Android Wear apps make a Grand entry to Google Play Store

Android Wear apps make a grand entry to the Google Play store. Today a handful of apps, including third-party ones like Duolingo, Pinterest, are finally available on a dedicated page in the Google Play Store.

Android apps at Google Play Store

The first batch of apps will work with Android Wear Smartwatches, such as the LG Gand Samsung Gear Live. For a full rundown of Android wear apps, check out the list below:


IFTTT lets you easily connect the Android Wear channel to other services and devices in your world.

Level Money

Like any other personal finance apps, Level Money connects direct to your banks and credit card accounts, so it can figure out your wallet-how much you have, how much you spend and more.


Contact+ simplifies the way we organize information and communicating with our contacts.

Bandsintown Concerts

The app lets music enthusiasts track their favourite artists and receive alerts when they or similar bands are playing in their area.


Banjo is a social discovery app, allowing users to access live events and breaking news across various social networks.


Duolingo is a free app for learning or practising a language.

Eat24 Food Delivery

Eat24 is the best way to order food for delivery. No need to call the restaurant any more, just enter your address in the search field and this app will display a list of restaurants in your area who deliver you.

Onefootball Brasil- World Cup

Onefootball app helps you stay informed with all the World Cup 2014 matches. The ultimate World Cup in your hands.


Highlight is a subtle way to learn more about the people you’ve never met but share common interests with.


Glimpse is a brilliant app that allows you to selectively share your location with only the people you want, for the amount of time you want.


Talkray is an instant messaging service that allows you to send texts, videos and audio to your friends for free.

Player FM

PlayerFM is a podcast player you can use in your browser. They can cover any topic from technology news to business to fashion trends.

The Guardian

The guardian is a free service that brings all of Gardian’s content to your smartphone or tablet.

Thomson Reuters Eikon

The app lets you access critical news, data and analysis when you’re on the go.

Evernote Wear

Evernote Wear allows you retrieve notes, checklists, and search for note using voice using your Android Wear Smartwatch. Your watch’s built-in microphone helps you create audio notes as well.

Allthecooks recipe

Allthecooks is the best place to share recipes and has a vibrant community of cooks. It’s like getting recipes from friend and neighbours.


Pinterest is a social media site which allows you to organize images and videos into different groups called boards. You can either upload images and videos yourself or you can add images and videos that you’re interested on other websites.

American Airlines

The travel app makes your trip to the airport smoother and easier. This app understands who you are and where you‘re going. The app lets you access your flight details such as your gate, seat, and flight status info at a glance.

Fly Delta

The Fly Delta app does practically everything you need to make your travel plans and keep them on track.

Some more apps that are added to the list include 1 Weather, Zumper, Google Maps, Hangouts, LevelUp, Truecaller, CloudMagic, Trello, Tweetings, Runstatic, MediSafe Meds & Pill Reminder, Hue control, fancy, Path Talk, Golfshot: Golg Gps, MusiXmatch and RunKeeper.