Google has given a facelift to the Play Store on Wear OS with some fresh improvements. Wear OS was formerly known as Android Wear is being given a completely new design as a part of Google’s efforts to keep developing the software in a better direction. Read More
Google is busy improving the Wear OS for it’s Android smartwatches and the company is planning to roll out a major update soon. Sources claim that the new update will bring several changes including the battery saver mode. The upcoming changes can be spotted in the Google support blog, which list all the new features in detail. Read More
Google is making major improvements and design changes these days and now it shall be renaming Android Wear and possibly with a newer logo. The news first came from a reddit user who was updating his Android Wear, where he received a notification with the Wear OS name.
The user also shared a screenshot of this notification which also shows the new logo design for the Wear OS. The new logo features a colourful design in the shape of W, very similar to Google’s styling of other logos. Read More
The much-awaited smartwatch, Q Founder by the American Brand Fossil is now up for grabs. The Fossil Q Founder is now available online and in select Fossil stores, for $295.
This smartwatch looks like a traditional watch, it has a stainless steel body, a round touchscreen display, interchangeable straps for customization, and comes with a water-resistant case. Read More
Microsoft has just released a keyboard for Android Wear devices, but instead of the usual design this ‘Analog Keyboard’, as they’re calling it, will let you draw characters on your screen which will then be converted into text. For now, this keyboard only supports square displays with a 320×320 resolution, as well as the Moto 360’s round display. Read More
While the Apple Watch has caused a lot of sensation, not least because of the hype and media-coverage that generally surrounds Apple products, there have been some pretty good Android Wear Smartwatches already in the market for a few months now. Both types of watches — Apple Watch and Android Wear — require the user to have a compatible device to make the most of the accessory. So it’s very likely that iPhone users will want the Apple Watch which is due to be released in 2015, while Android users would go for Android Wear. But we are TheAppleGoogle after all, and it’s our job to make sure that our readers have full knowledge of both Apple and Google devices and accessories which are in the market. After that, it’s your choice. Read More
Verizon has just started offering Motorola’s latest Moto 360 for pre-ordering. Costing $250 and available in black or grey leather straps, the Moto 360 will be shipping out on the 27th of October from Verizon. Not just Verizon, but AT&T will also soon be getting the device, though we have not been provided with any details on availability or pricing, just the promise of it eventually making its way to the carrier. Read More
The popular messaging alternative, WhatsApp, has just received an update on the Google Play Store, bumping it to Version 2.11.362. The update brings with it full support for Android Wear Smartwatches, and while this was available in the beta of the App, it has finally been released to the public. Read More
Just 4 days ago we got a glimpse of LG’s round Android Wear Watch, the LG G Watch R; but now, they have come out with the announcement officially. The device features a fully circular 1.3″ plastic OLED display, a 410mAh battery, a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 Processor, 512MB RAM, and 4GB storage. You will also be able to switch the wrist bands, and it is water resistant. It will also run Android Wear. Read More