Posts tagged Android Wear
Two months after European users of the Samsung Gear devices received the option to install Tizen, it is now available in the United States as well. Tizen is generally accepted as the better OS, mainly because it feels much more adapted to your wrist considering it was built specifically for that purpose. Tizen also features full customization, including colors, fonts and layout, and also has support for third party applications. Read More
With the announcement and developer release of Google’s latest Android L, the HOLO replacement, Material Design, was announced, bringing much more depth, simplicity, and colour to the software elements. However, this new look only comes with the new Android which does not, at least so far, come on Android Wear Smartwatches. Read More
AndroidWear Smartwatches have been around for a few weeks now and are great devices. But one of the main gripe from users of this nifty little gadget was how difficult it was to access their Apps, as it required the end user to go through a couple of menus before they could launch their downloaded applications. Read More
AT&T has just announced the availability of the LG G3 and the Android Wear–powered Smartwatch, the LG G Watch, on its network. The LG flagship will be available for pre-order starting today and will start selling on the 11th of July, along with a 12, 18, or 24–month contract. As for pricing, we can expect $24.17/$29 per month with the 12 or 18–month zero down payment plans, and a $299 initial payment with the longer 2 year plan.
Gone are the days you forgot your phone at a restaurant or a café. Well, if you own an Android Wear Smartwatch that is. Wear Aware comes free from NORDIC USABILITY GMBH, and while it is still new and may be buggy, the developers explain that your Smartwatch will buzz and play an alarm should your paired Android phone be left far away from your watch. Read More
In the “biggest ever overhaul”, Google took the stage at I/O 2014, unleashing the ability for Android to run on your wrist, in your car, and at your home on your Television. The LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live, both running Android Wear, will be available for purchase on the Play Store starting today. The classy round-faced Moto 360 will be available later this summer. Read More