Android Wear is gaining apps all over the place, and we've covered a few of the numerous apps that have made their way to the wearables platform (such as Network Manager, Documents For Android Wear, Nest, TripIt, Google Slides, team chat app Slack, and Microsoft Outlook are just a few examples).
Canary is ready to add Android Wear support to its services as well, and has announced Canary for Android Wear. "The latest update to our Canary app also adds support for Android Wear devices. For those with a Moto 360, Huawei Watch, LG Watch or ASUS ZenWatch -- to name a few -- strapped to your wrist, you can now monitor your home with a few taps," the company said in its announcement earlier this week.
Android Wear continues to grow in its app offerings, and Canary will now allow you to monitor your cameras from the wrist, view temperature, air quality, humidity, etc., among other things. Additionally, the Canary update brings compatibility with not only Android Wear but also Android tablets and iPads. A new improvement added is the ability to signal all home sirens by way of the emergency siren option.
Head over to the Play Store and grab the Canary 2.0.2 update. Then come back and let us know your excitement over this newly added Android Wear support.