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    Default Moto 360: Will work with devices on Android 4.3 and higher

    Will work with more than just Motorola Android devices.

    https://twitter.com/Motorola/status/446357258763374593

    Q: What version of Android will #Moto360 be compatible with?
    https://twitter.com/Motorola/status/446357397112508416

    A: #Moto360 will be compatiable with devices running 4.3 or higher.
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    Default Re: Moto 360: Will work with devices on Android 4.3 and higher

    I've been reading a bit on this watch, and there are quite a few people wanting compatibility with iOS. They've even expressed disappointment when told by some that it's probably not going to happen.

    While it'd be nice, I think the logistics of making it happen would be a nightmare. Many point to Google Glass being available for iOS, but (correct me if I'm wrong) doesn't it only have access to Google's apps that are written for iOS? Or can it also run non-Google iOS apps as well.

    It just seems to me that trying to make two different OSs work together I would be a major pain.
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    Default Re: Moto 360: Will work with devices on Android 4.3 and higher

    Quote Originally Posted by vzwuser76 View Post
    I've been reading a bit on this watch, and there are quite a few people wanting compatibility with iOS. They've even expressed disappointment when told by some that it's probably not going to happen.

    While it'd be nice, I think the logistics of making it happen would be a nightmare. Many point to Google Glass being available for iOS, but (correct me if I'm wrong) doesn't it only have access to Google's apps that are written for iOS? Or can it also run non-Google iOS apps as well.

    It just seems to me that trying to make two different OSs work together I would be a major pain.
    Why don't Apple just develop their own App they don't allow android on their phones so why should android allow theirs.
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    Default Re: Moto 360: Will work with devices on Android 4.3 and higher

    People asking for ios compatibility have no clue. No way in heck moto would have ios compatibility. They would basically be supporting a platform for which they have no devices. I think alot of apple people are just ticked as this is really close to what they expected apple to reveal by now.

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