Trulia says it will be ready with a real estate search app for Android Wear when wristwatches and other "wearable tech" devices running on the operating system hit the streets in coming weeks.The app, featured today at Google's I/O conference, will allow users to:See new homes that come on the market near them using Trulia's nearby home alerts feature. Swipe through photos and key home details about a property from their wrist. Save a property for later access from their desktop, tablet or smartphone, or contact an agent to schedule a viewing with one touch."As wearable tech becomes more prevalent, we believe that these devices will become key house-hunting tools given how important location and context is in the search for a home," Kira Wampler, Trulia’s chief marketing officer, said in a statement.Trulia was early on another Google wearable technology, Google Glass. It built a Trulia for Glass app last June to notify users when they’re near a home that meets...
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