We’re still more than a week away from the release of the Apple Watch.
But in an effort to stay ahead of the technological curve, some businesses are already getting their own software for the wearable gadget ready.
The Pioneer Press reports Minnesota companies as big as Target, Mayo Clinic and General Mills – and even lesser-known businesses such as Starkey Hearing Technologies and Space150 – are developing apps for the yet-to-be-released Apple Watch.
(Photo: Apple Watch app store website)
What those companies are hoping is that Apple Watch apps explode the same way iPhone and iPad apps did.
In 2014, the App Store generated $10 billion in revenue for app developers, Forbes reported, on 1.4 million available apps.
In the first week of 2015 alone, nearly $500 million in developer revenue was reported by Apple.
Here’s the catch though – don’t expect a brilliant, fully-functional program…
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