Android Wear is growing quickly, with a whole variety of watches now available on the market. On the software side, it’s growing even faster, with Google constantly working to develop and push the OS further. According to Phandroid, a new update is coming soon that will bring in a couple of important new ... Read More »
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Android Wear is growing larger every day, and Google is taking good care of the fledgling smartwatch OS. Today the company is releasing 17 new watch faces that feature a wide variety of big names in their designs. Several of the watch faces include characters or pop culture references such as ... Read More »
Unless you have managed to avoid the Internet today, you have probably been bombarded with talk of the Apple Watch, as reviews dropped earlier today ahead of the April 10th pre-order date.
All of the watch cacophony apparently got Google’s attention, and they took to the Android Official Blog to remind folks that Read More »
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At the start of December 2014, Android Wear was updated to officially support a new watch face API, which meant that watch faces created by third-parties would be forever supported moving forward. While Google has traditionally left the watch face design market open for manufacturers and third-parties, that’s finally changing as Google has launched ... Read More »
This fall, Android Wear will make the switch to Android L and bring along the much-anticipated custom watch face API. Since its launch at Google I/O, developers and early adopters were disappointed to find out that Android Wear didn’t have an API to create a ... Read More »
The Qualcomm Toq is probably my favorite smartwatch hardware to date, but the software still has some catching up to do. The update rolling out today for both the Toq and the companion app checks at least one more box by turning the device into a basic fitness tracker.
This should come as ... Read More »