Although it went unmentioned at Apple’s huge Apple Watch event on Monday, an Amazon representative hinted to TechCrunch that the business is looking “to increase to various other devices”, recommending an Apple Watch app could be in the help the device’s launch next month, or sometime in the future.

TechCrunch believes the app will be mainly similar to the Android Wear app, allowing users search using their voice, accessibility their Wishlist, and use’s 1-click check-out for purchasing in a rush.


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When asked for a main declaration, the online retailer maintained an unclear description over the future of the business’s appearance on the new Apple wearable, though provided the ubiquity of the solution, it’s difficult to imagine an Amazon Apple Watch application not showing up whatsoever.

“Amazon is constantly innovating in behalf of our consumers. We are dedicated to being anywhere consumers would like to go shopping. That includes watches. We have an Amazon shopping app for Android Wear and will planning to increase to various other devices.”

A number of third-party applications were showcased at the event on Monday, but few were really given comprehensive moments at Apple’s already packed keynote address. Most just recently, Fandango validated its movie-focused service will arrive as an app on the Watch in time for the device’s April 24 launch date.

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