Android Wear received three new tools for your Smart Watch
Google regularly adds new features in Android Wear, this week were added three instruments.
1. Navigate your watch with new gestures. Scrolling up and down your card stream is as simple as flicking your wrist. Starting today you can also expand a card, bring up your apps, or return home to your watch face with a push, lift or shake. You’ll be able to stay connected to what’s important, while keeping your phone (or other hand) in your pocket.
2. Send more messages with just your voice. With Android Wear, you’ve always been able to get answers to spoken questions. Now you can also use your voice to send messages from apps like Google Hangouts, Nextplus, Telegram, Viber, WeChat, and WhatsApp. Running late for lunch? Just say “OK Google, Send a WhatsApp message to Nathan: I’ll be right there.”
3. Make calls and listen to messages with speaker support. Screening calls from your wrist is a nice convenience that comes with Android Wear. Thanks to speaker support, you can now make and take calls over Bluetooth. And you can listen to audio/video messages with apps like Glide. All you need is a watch with a speaker, which today includes the Huawei Watch and the ASUS ZenWatch 2 (49mm).
These improvements are rolling out to all Android Wear watches over the next few weeks, including new watches like the Casio Smart Outdoor Watch and Huawei Watch for Ladies. – Android Wear official blog.http://gizbrain.com/2016/02/06/android-wear-received-three-new-tools-for-your-smart-watch/https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/AndroidWear-DesignedForYourWrist.jpg?fit=724%2C297https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/AndroidWear-DesignedForYourWrist.jpg?fit=190%2C150GOOGLETECH NEWSAndroid,Android Wear,smartwatchGoogle regularly adds new features in Android Wear, this week were added three instruments. 1. Navigate your watch with new gestures. Scrolling up and down your card stream is as simple as flicking your wrist. Starting today you can also expand a card, bring up your apps, or return home...Linda MorrisLinda Morrislinda.firstname.lastname@example.orgContributorProfessional Science and Technology student. In my spare time writing about technology news and have fun with the latest gadgets.GizBrain - Your Tech Brain