Android Wear

Google brings Android Device Manager support for Android Wear

Since the Android Device Manager was introduced more than two years ago, this feature has been very useful in helping millions of Android device owners become more productive than ever. This simple management tool allows the owner to secure and locate Android devices that are missing. The past few years, the Android Device Manager has been updated with improved security and guest mode among others for a better experience.

Tag Heuer to enter smartwatch market with Intel, Google

With so many players entering the smartwatch market, aside from the already established OEMs, do we really need another one to join the fray? If it's a well-known and respected Swiss watchmaker, partnered with two of the leading names in tech, then maybe the answer is a resounding yes. Tag Heuer has confirmed rumors that it will be coming out with a luxury smartwatch and they will be partnering with Intel and Google.

Google releases original watchfaces with Street Art app

There are a lot of great watchfaces out there for your Android Wear smartwatch no matter what brand you're wearing. But people have been expecting Google to come out with their original stuff, and fanboys know that when they do, they'll come out with a bang. Now if you're a fan of street art and Google Art Project artists, you'll be very happy to know that the tech giant has collaborated once again with the art community to enter the watch face market.

Widget RPG now lets you tap on Android Wear to level up

There are loads of RPGs on Android, from JRPGs to old school pixelated retro ones to brainless money-sucking ones. Out of all of those, Widget RPG stands alone in a class of its own. Why? Because the game, if you could call it that, is both insanely easy to play and insane in itself. All you need to do is tap on the homescreen widget, where the game takes its name, to gain experience. And now you can do that even on your smartwatch too.

Rumors say Android Wear soon to have WiFi, gesture control

After Apple has finally announced more details about their very first wearable, the Apple Watch, it seems highly unlikely that Google will not make even more improvements to their very own Android Wear smartwatch platform. Rumors about the next update to the software says that it will finally turn on the WiFi support, as well as give users easier access to the apps and notifications on their smartwatches.

Pebble thinks Apple, Samsung over complicate smartwatches

Pebble has set the stage for the smartwatch industry. The Pebble team has put into action ideas of a smartwatch that (admit it or not) Apple presented with an iPod Nano worn as a watch. Other manufacturers soon followed even supported by Google with the Android Wear. And then Apple officially entered the scene, only to leave the fan boys anticipating for a few long months. After a long time of waiting, the Cupertino company is finally releasing the actual Apple Watch on April 24 with a premium price tag.

Cerberus anti-theft app updated, adds Android Wear support

Cerberus is one of those anti-theft apps that we covered recently, especially when it announced support for Android 5.0 Lollipop. It’s one of those apps that help Android users either locate and/or lock their devices when it gets stolen, and a very solid one, as it happens. The over 1 million downloads at the Google Play Store says a lot about the apps capabilities. It has now been updated to version 3.1 with some new features.

Google to reportedly release Android Wear app for iOs devices

With a lot of skepticism and not much excitement about the soon-to-be released Apple Watch, Google is reportedly already preparing to venture into the tough world of iOS users and release the Android Wear app for iPhone and iPad users. A French technology website is citing sources close to the tech giant, saying this is not a too far-out possibility as they are trying to expand their wearable market, even beyond the already large Android-using market.
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