Developers wondering if Android Wear will fit into their plans

Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android Wear is still a nascent platform and built for now entirely around smart watches. Developers are weighing whether they will use their resources to build new apps for the platform, but there are early indications that some app categories could be more ripe than others to exploit wearables. For example, news recently surfaced that Flopsy Droid, a clone of the massively popular Flappy Bird, would be among the first mobile games to make its way to the wearable platform Google announced at its I/O conference in late June. In other categories, however, such as fitness and health, Android Wear apps have been steadily hitting the market. For those app developers that get in early on Android Wear, there is the potential to stand out, while those who wait may be able to avoid some of the early glitches that have hampered the move to wearable experiences. For more on this topic, check out this FierceDeveloper special report.

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