If you have a watch with Wear OS, do not miss the new section of suitable applications in Google Play. The company has redesigned this content landing page and it now looks much more organized to help users discover new apps and get the most out of their smartwatches.
Without making much noise, Google Play is launching a new section for Wear OS, its operating system for smartwatches that we once knew as Android Wear.
The truth is, the platform just keeps taking off, and has received less affection than we would have liked, but despite everything there are plenty of great apps out there with native support for Wear OS and now it’s more. easy to discover them.
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Find new apps for Wear OS
The Wear OS section was categorized simply with the best apps free, those of payment, those that were emerging at the time, and nothing else. Now Google has given it a facelift and divided it into subcategories so that users are more clearly aware of what they need or know how to find apps for certain uses.
The new landing of Wear OS It shows, in the first place, some great and basic apps, probably because of their number of downloads and because they are seen as tools that can be used a lot by having them directly on the wrist. For example, here are the Spotify, Google Fit, Google Keep, Uber or sports scores apps.
In addition, it also highlights the customization and the possibilities of changing the watch faces for others created by developers with new designs. We also find categories with tools to keep more control over tasks and habits, games, audio and podcast applications, personal economy management and, of course, one of the categories that has the most meaning: sports applications to record exercise and workouts, taking advantage of this number, most watches currently integrate a GPS and an optical pulse sensor.
You can now consult this section from Google Play on your mobile, or directly on the web. Will this be a preparation for a Pixel Watch?
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