In 2019, Google added the -o cards Floor tile, in English – in Wear OS, a new customize the watch interface with information displays to see weather, news, events, daily activity and more. Later, the limit of cards to activate was increased to five.
All the while, those maps were limited to apps preinstalled in Google’s Wear operating system, such as Google Fit or Weather, but the AOSP code says Google would prepare for it. open card ban
Maps for everyone (developers)
Carrying OS cards works similar to widgets on Android. These are customizable screens that you can place on your mobile to access information such as the time, activity or s topwatch, by sliding with your finger to switch between them.
Since its introduction in 2019, Wear OS has had a handful of cards available, although they all belong to preinstalled apps from Google. Developers have no way of making their own maps, but that could be about to change, with the creation of a Wear OS card API, unofficially disclosed in the AOSP code.
At the moment, there is no more information on this, except that this API can be part of the AndroidX library, which in turn is part of Jetpack. Can’t predict when we’ll know more about the Wear OS card API and when we can see the first cards of the third applicationsAlthough, as always, this year’s Google I / O could be a good showcase.
Via | 9to5Google