Devices That are Compatible With Android

The following devices are compatible with Android devices.

We define "Android" as the operating system based on Linux kernel and developed by Google, primarily designed for touchscreen devices. All devices in this category can be used with Android devices. However, some may only work with certain Android versions or devices.


Worn on the Head and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Neuroon is a wearable technology sleep mask that allows you to switch from mono-phasic to polyphasic sleep. This technology combines...

ASUS ZenWatch 2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The ASUS ZenWatch 2 is a wearable smart watch with an 1.63-inch AMOLED display. It features 4GB memory and a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen...


Worn on the Feet and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
The Run Scribe Pro wearable device gives athletes data about training, so they can make better decisions. This technology provide consumer...

BodyTel PressureTel

Worn on the Arm and used for Medical applications.
The PressureTel is a blood-pressure monitor from German telehealth company BodyTel that is able to transfer blood pressure readings via...

Pebble Time

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Pebble Time Smartwatch, like the Pebble Steel, is a wearable device that gives immediate access to principal smartphones' features....


Worn on the Legs and used for Lifestyle & Medical applications.
The Quell wearable device uses 100% drug free technology to automatically adjusts stimulation intensity and ensure the wearer receives...

Fitbit Zip

Worn on the Body (Anywhere) and used for Fitness applications.
A small wearable device, roughly the size of a United States quarter, that tracks steps taken, distance traveled, and calories burned. It...

Polar H7

Worn on the Chest and used for Fitness applications.
The Polar H7 is a wearable heart rate monitor in the form of a chest strap. It can connect to smart devices via a Bluetooth connection....

Sony Ericsson LiveView

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Sony Ericsson LiveView was a micro-display that mirrored and displayed information from an Android smartphone. While primarily intended...