Google Android Wear 2.0 Teases With The Preview Of Its Standalone Apps
Although Google announced in September 2016 that the release of Android Wear is postponed for next year the company keeps on teasing the public. Just recently, they previewed some of the standalone applications that will make the wear device something every Android user should look forward to.
Glide, Foursquare, and Lifesum To Add Beauty and Functionality To The Android Wear 2.0
According to ZD Net, the addition of applications to Android Wear is about to make smartwatches more independent to smartphones. They are said to make video messaging, traveling, as well as healthy living fun and easy. Using the Glide software, people can share a live broadcast directly from the watch face. Foursquare, on the other hand, is great for those who are looking for their next vacation destination or restaurants to eat. Moreover, the Lifesum application will help users to track meals or pick the healthiest food for them. Aside from these, they can even monitor their exercises and routines as they achieve their fitness goals.
The Android Wear 2.0 Standalone Apps Are Responsive And Compatible A Variety Of Devices
As already mentioned before, the wear device will highlight a darker user interface, intelligent message replies a new handwriting and full-QWERTY keyboard. Softpedia tells in an article that the standalone applications are going to be compatible with Android and iOS smartphones when paired with their wear devices. When it comes to the look, the version 2.0 comes with a clean new canvas where people can easily navigate and click. The shortcuts and notifications are designed for faster performance and more immersive user experience.
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While waiting for 2017, Google continues the developer preview where developers can create apps specific for Android Wear 2.0. And with this newest bits of information, though briefly detailed, this wear device continues to receive a positive feedback from the public.
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