March 20, 2014

Pocket's Prototype for Android Wear Saves Articles Right from your Wrist

Googled unveiled Android Wear this week and encouraged developers to build apps purpose-built for the wrist. Pocket is among the first companies to rise to the challenge, showing off a prototype version of a software development kit for Android Wear today that will let you save links directly from your watch. The prototype allows developers to integrate Pocket into their own apps so that users can save items with a couple of taps. "Up until now, smartwatches have focused solely on delivering short notifications," Pocket says. "What's been missing is the ability to quickly act on that information by saving or sharing it."

Pocket's SDK works by allowing you to turn those notifications into saved articles and videos. When an alert on...

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