You can watch YouTube videos from smart watches with Android Wear
Smart watches are definitely not appropriate devices for viewing photos and watching videos. However, recently it became clear that Apple Watch will play videos through watchOS 2, and now Android Wear users will also be able to watch videos from YouTube, thanks to a new application.
The new application for Android Wear comes from developer Appfour. The application is called Video for Android Wear & YouTube and is available in the Google Play Store. It allows users to enjoy watching YouTube videos on their smart watches, with support for voice search.
The application supports Bluetooth headsets and speakers and they have to connect with the watch itself, and not through the phone. The application has no typical function of volume control.
Perhaps the most useful feature of Video for Android Wear & YouTube is that it works with Chromecast and videos can be transmitted from the smart watch to the TV.
If you have Android Wear smart watch you can try Video for Android Wear & YouTube, it is completely free. Just do not expect your smart watch battery to withstand very long time.
Video player for Android Wear smartwatches, powered by YouTube.View YouTube vidoes on your Android Wear smartwatch.Features:
– View videos directly on the watch
– Full Bluetooth headphones and speaker support
– Cast any video to your Chromecast and use your watch as a remote
– Search videos with search predictions
– Search related videos
– View video descriptions
– Pause, resume, seek, change volume
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