Tag Archives: Android Wear

Huawei Watch Update to Android Wear 2.0 Released – Very Slowly

By | March 20, 2017

One of the more popular and well designed Android Wear watches of the past couple of years has been the Huawei Watch.  The watch, which is still readily available, has outstanding specs, comes in a variety of styles and most of them were priced reasonably well (there are a few higher end luxury models too).  It seems fitting… Read More »

What is Smart Lock and How To Enable It on Your Chromebook

By | February 10, 2017

One of the great features of Chrome OS is one that few people actually use.  It’s called Smart Lock and while technically still a beta feature in the Stable channel of Chrome, it is a quick and easy way to unlock your Chromebook using your Android phone.  No longer do you have to type in your password on… Read More »

Android Pay Update Brings Support for Android Wear

By | February 8, 2017

Android Wear 2.0 is expected to be released today but it appears to Google is already paving the way for it with other apps.  Android Pay was updated late yesterday and with it comes support for Wear 2.0.  The support for it is not explicitly called out in the release notes for the update, something that Google is… Read More »

Rumor Suggests Android Wear 2.0 Launching February 9th

By | January 17, 2017

If Evan Blass is right, and he usually is, we can expect Android Wear 2.0 to launch on February 9th.  Evan took to Twitter in the wee hours of this morning to tell everyone to mark their calendars and get ready for the release.   Mark your calendar: Android Wear 2.0 launches on February 9th. — Evan Blass… Read More »

Google Fit Sees A Major UI Revamp

By | June 30, 2016

Google Fit, Google’s fitness tracking app, has received a major update that brings an all-new user experience.  For all intents and purposes, the whole app looks completely new with far more detail on the main page of the app along with more granular historical data.  Gone is the large circular indicator of steps and exercise and replacing it… Read More »