Based on the recent tech reviews there are now millions of new features you can use with Android Wear’s interactive watch faces. Tech savvies have been all the more delighted by the numerous possibilities that third-party programs could furnish, making the wearable much more useful and attractive than it normally is.
Smartwatches may seem appealing, but their overall look still lacks that ‘something’ that could leave users open-mouthed the moment they access it. This is mainly the direct consequence of the dull interface, if you were to ask me, but I’m no rocket scientist.
Luckily, many developers seem to share my thoughts on the matter and they have come up with a solution to make the interface much more interactive. They are now offering third party developers the possibility to create apps that allow users to arrange their smartwatch programs, according to their preferences.
The Android Wear face is called Bits and it does just that, namely, it displays smartwatch apps and programs as tiny bits on the display. With a single touch the apps could be maximized and their content would become fully displayed on the watch’s monitor. The same is valid for the rest of the apps, developers have further stated.
According to the first reviews the UnderArmour watch has been purposefully designed to serve as reliable gadget for fitness practitioners. As a consequence, the smart watch displays many fitness-related data, such as, the daily steps that users make, the calories they burn, as well as the distances they cross.
Another Apple watch face that has captures our attention is “Together”. This face lets users communicate with other smartwatch customers through emoji, photos and other symbols without accessing their smartphones.
According to Google’s recent announcement, there will be 21 interactive faces once the new Android 1.3 update is released.
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