According to a recent report by Android Police, this Android Wear bug only affects paid applications on the platform, free applications can be installed without any issues.
Google has organized it so the apps on your phone will install their own micro-sized companions to your watch. When a regular Android app is downloaded from the Play Store, it is checked for a Wear-compatible app, which is then installed over Bluetooth to the paired watch. The process is completely automated, and aside from manually side-loading apks, it’s currently the only supported way to install apps to Wear.
The problem comes with paid apps, which have app encryption, and this is what is causing the problem with these paid applications being installed on Android Wear.
As yet there is no official word from Google on when this bug in Android Wear will be fixed, as soon as we get some more information, we will let you guys know.
If you have had this issue on your new Android smartwatch, leave a comment below and let us know.
Source Android Police
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