Google Adds New Features, Support, New Gestures and Speaker to Android Wear

by | Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge | February 23rd, 2016

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It’s just been a while since we saw some remarkable improvements coming to Google’s latest wearable platform. However, that has changed all over again. Google has once again announced a new big update to its Android Wear that can bring a host of new gestures, ability to call and hear messages with the help of speaker support, and new options to send voice messages to contacts.

Google Android Wear

Earlier last year, Google launched gestures to its Android Wear, which wear meant to allow users easy navigation through cards; it was not needed to touch or tap the screen at all. With the latest update, you can now develop information cards return home to the watch face with simple push, shake or lift button, and bring up all applications.

Android Wear

The update released on this day also allows users to send text messages with multiple third-party application using your voice. It is also possible to send messages using apps like Nextplus, Google Hangouts, Viber, Telegram, Whatsapp, and WeChat. For example, if you want to send message via Hangout, all you have to do is just speak “Okay, Google, Send Jimmy a Hangout message: What’s up?” Google clearly understands that not all friends send these standard texts for communicating with friends, so the update can make it easier to keep in touch.

Lastly, Google has also introduced Android Wear speaker support. With this speaker support, you can make and receive calls via Bluetooth, and listen to AV messages using apps such as Glide. However, this feature may not be available for all recent Android Wear Watches.

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