Google is already working hard on the three new applications in Android Wear 2.0. The long-awaited update will be available for smart watches on the market by early 2017. The company presented the fourth Preview build of Android Wear 2.0 for developers. Thanks to this we mean information about three separate applications covering three key areas: communication, travel, fitness, and health. To work with them will need to install anything on their smartphone, according to PhoneArena.
What are three new applications in Android Wear 2.0?
The first one says Glide allows it to transmit live video directly from the display of a smart watch. Pressing the person’s name from the contact list will automatically start a conversation with him. The second application is Foursquare, which we can find the best places to eat and recreation notifications display. Lifesum is the name of the third stand-alone title in Android Wear 2.0. Fitness app was created with the idea to allow us to lead a healthier lifestyle.
Lifesum provides information on calories that are burned during exercise, but also data on intake of food and water during the day. Google’s hope with these applications to facilitate maximum users and make Android Wear 2.0 even more popular platform for smart watches. The new update will be presented formally at the end of the first quarter of 2017. A matter of time to track what other interface changes to expect in Android Wear 2.0.