Yes, the title says it all. Google loves it when more people use its products. Until now, we had all the major Google apps on the iOS AppStore, so it is definitely not a huge surprise that this happened. What is a surprise, though, is that the Android Wear watches match up really well with iPhones.
An Android Wear watch connected to the iPhone will accept voice commands, give you access to your notifications and let you manage your google services. All this is possible only because although Apple allows for communication between two iOS apps, both apps need to be developed by the same developer. So the Android Wear app on the iPhone can talk to the Gmail and Google Now apps on the iPhone, hence delivering the functionality on the watch. But there is one disadvantage: you cannot install Android Wear apps onto your Watch simply because the services cannot communicate on an iPhone. Although that might sound too bad, it isn’t, considering that isn’t the primary purpose of the Watch itself.
Android Wear can do significantly more tasks than the Pebble can, thus providing good competition to the Apple Watch. Yes, the Watch is a perfect match for iOS, but for those who want more style and choice, Android Wear watches will prove to be a great option!
For now only the Asus ZenWatch 2, the LG Watch Urbane and the Huawei Watch support the iOS pairing; but Google has promised that all future Android Wear watches will support this function.