The Moto 360 smartwatch, which will be one of the first to run Android Wear.
Google has revealed a little more about what Android Wear, its new platform for wearable devices, will look like.
Android developer and Google employee Timothy Jordan showed off some examples of how push notifications may look on smartwatches running Android Wear.
The screenshots show notifications from four different apps: the Nest app for the Nest's Protect smoke detector, game Clash of Clans, podcasts app Pocket Casts and a calendar app.
"One of the coolest parts of Android Wear is how it extends the Android platform to a new generation of devices out of the box, without any need to update your app," Jordan said in a Google+ post. "If you have a notification-enabled app, those notifications will generally just work on your new wearable."
Interestingly, two of the apps are working in conjunction with a separate device: the Nest Protect Thermostat and a Chromecast. The Nest app notifications feature an alert saying it has detected smoke and a subsequent notification letting him know the smoke has cleared.
Notifications from the Pocket Casts app, which are being streamed via a Chromecast, show how you can control audio playback from a smartwatch.
The other two apps- Clash of Clans and a calendar app, depict push notifications that look much like the ones you would see on your smartphone. Jordan said these notifications are just the beginning of what will be possible with Android Wear, saying future versions could include features like voice replies.
Google first revealed Android Wear in March, which was immediately followed by announcements from LG and Motorola saying they would be among the first to make Android Wear-compatible smartwatches.
While we've since learned more about the Motorola's Moto 360, we have yet to see many Android Wear apps. Pocket teased a prototype of Android Wear app earlier this year when Google first released a software development kit for the platform.
Android Wear will likely be playing a big role at the Google I/O conference next month and the company is expected to reveal more details about the platform.