I really didn't start enjoying my Android Wear watch until I installed the Ranger watch face. First of all, it has a custom square face that fits my watch precisely. It truly is always on unlike most watch faces. In addition to the time in regular and 24 hour format, it provides not only the day and the date, but also the temperature, the weather, and the status of your watch or phone batteries. Other watch faces seem limited in comparison.
Great watch face with an original and attractive night mode but it slurped my battery from full to 30% in 8 hours. Wish I hadn't bothered. Will not buy a watch face which doesn't have a free trial or free basic face again. It was cheap but it's money wasted. Shame. I would have given it 5 otherwise.
Best watch face I could find. I like the three complications shown and the grey/white night mode. Most people don't know it is a smart watch. I hope that Ranger can defeat the 2.0 problem of accidental screen modification.
A nice watch face and would have given it 5 starts but it lost one as to my mind the settings are too easy to accidentally change. I'm forever finding the watch had gone into settings mode and more than once I've accidentally changed what complications are shown just by the watch brushing against things. It might be an Android Wear issue too but adding the ability to lock down your configuration would help a lot.
If the integration with Google Fit and weather were better, this would be one of the best watch faces. Doesn't seem to sync properly with Google Fit: steps & time seriously differ, don't sync consistently. Weather seems to be 5°-11° difference than Weather Bug and Google Weather.
(I should have read the short review by Mr. Austin before buying it.) Its a beautiful watch face. Really nice looking and presents data perfectly. But... The compass and battery complications (while extremely useful and one of the reasons I bought it) will burn through battery like there's no tomorrow. Disable these and you'll be fine. But then, of course, your phone stock face will probably do the job equally well (with a much less "cool" quotient of course), for $1 less. Buy it to show off/use, once in a while. Not for regular use.
Android Wear 2.0 improvements