Wearable tech has created a huge demand in the market these days. Being portable in size and quite useful to manage various tasks and activities at one time, these smart hand wear devices have become a necessity for the people. Evaluating this, Google has come up with the idea of smart watches that can fulfil the needs of users. On 8th Feb 2017, Google has launched the first version of Android Wear 2.0 which reveals several interesting features and key apps.
Being compatible with Android 4.3 and above, this smart technology device has been extending its usability and approach to the users. It presents a standard interface layout which is specifically designed keeping in mind the hassle free use and compatibility. Android wear 2.0 is based on the notification system. In this, you will discover a special feature of notification with several options for android apps, instant reply to text messages, traveling and forecasts. Small icons are there for receiving updates that can be expanded further to open the message, or information. It also lets you know about the fitness goals by managing health records with the notification of your next appointment with the nutritionist or health expert.
The most interesting feature of this wearable device is Google Assistance and voice recognition which not only identify your voice, but also use the input commands like “Okay Google” to do various tasks and activities. Using this feature, you can easily reply a text, email, check the heart rate, reminder, get directions, set alarms, and play your favorite song list. Moreover, it will also protect the device from the commands of strangers. The automatic functionality of this device to take in push message via Cloud Messaging is simply superb which was not possible in the early Android hand wear gadgets. It is all because of the apps which can easily approach the Internet connectivity over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
So, if you are an Android Lover, then catch up with this smart hand wear that not only fills the criteria of usability, but also helps you to come in touch with the latest updates and notification system.
Originally published at webmobinfo.ch on February 23, 2017.