Google Reveals three Upcoming Android wear 2.0 Standalone Apps

Google Reveals three Upcoming Android wear 2.0 Standalone Apps. These apps will allow users to do the task without connecting with their smartphones. All these apps will install on Android wear 2.0 and without connecting to smartphone will perform task.

Google Reveals three Upcoming Android wear 2.0 Standalone Apps

Among these three apps, app is for the video messaging service Glide. With this app, Users can go Live from their Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch. Moreover, they can also make video call from their watch as well. The second app is for Foursquare. This app will faster the overall performance and search also. The purpose of this app is that users spend less time on search and more time on enjoying the places.

The third one is food and health service Lifesum. This app will track the users’ water use and their daily meals. Users also don’t need to access it through smartphone app. Android wear 2.0 preview is available on Android Developer website. The new updates will officially reveal in the next year.

Google has introduced Android Wear at a time when Apple Watch is already in the market. The wristwatch has been an accessory of fashion for around 450 years, but technology has altered what was once only a watch into a $30 billion industry. Android Wear devices provides many services that can effect the routine life of corporate users positively. Android Wear’s leading value-add for both regular customers and professional users is the facility to connect through the smartwatch itself.

Also Read: Google’s Android Wear Might Become a Competition for Apple Watch

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Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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