The search engine is planning to introduce a developer SDK in a few weeks.
Google is looking to launch software development tools for wearable-computing devices powered by its Android operating syste later this month.
Google Android and Chrome SVP Sundar Pichai said the search engine is planning to introduce a developer SDK in a few weeks that would facilitate wearables to ‘talk’ to other Android powered devices.
Google is also planning to help developers develop several applications such as a jacket with sensors, in efforts to get users on its services and fuel its advertising revenues.
Currently, Google is working with LG Electronics on developing a new Android-powered smartwatch, which is anticipated to be launched at Google’s I/O conference in June 2014.
The new device will not only be compatible with its Google devices, while also with devices built by other companies.
With its own smartwatch, Google will challenge Pebble, Samsung and Apple’s rumoured iWatch.