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About this app

Watch the AutoWear video here:
Learn how to do everything in the video here:

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╿AutoWear is a Tasker plugin for Android Wear. You need to have Tasker ( installed to use many of its features, so please be aware of that before using it.
You also need an Android Wear device. It won't work on other types of smart watches
╽You can get a free trial of Tasker here:

AutoWear enables you to automate your Android Wear device in ways you never imagined

Voice Commands with AutoVoice integration
You can easily bring up a voice command screen and do voice commands that are sent directly to AutoVoice

Ok Google integration
Choose from a list of pre-defined voice commands that you can integrate directly with "Ok Google". Check how here:

Create Screens
Create your own interactive screens. Check the video and screenshots for examples

Create Notifications
Show notifications on your wear device whenever you want, with the info you want. Best of all, most screens can be embedded in notifications!

Floating Icons
Create icons that stay on top of everything you do so they always stay immediately accessible no matter where you are.

Control your watch
Change settings, launch apps, check your heart-rate and step count, check your watch's battery level... The possibilities are endless!

Automate UI Navigation on Your Watch
AutoWear uses your watch's Accessibility Service to allow you to simulate taps and other UI interactions on it from Tasker! Important Note: the AutoWear accessibility service is used JUST for automation purposes and in no way collects or shares your data.

Control your phone from your watch
You can react to watch events like plugged in to a power source, or screen on and off or even connected and disconnected from your device to automate your phone in any way you can think of

Free Trial
You can try out the full version of AutoWear with the built-in 7 day trial. You need to sign in to Google+ to enter the trial so that it stores your trial date on Google's "Cloud Saves" server. You can just set all sharing settings to private if you're concerned about privacy when signing in :)

Important Note: there is known issue on the Sony Smartwatch 3 Android 5.0 that causes battery drain and makes the shake feature not work. To avoid this, please update your Sony Smartwatch 3 to Android 5.1 and all everything will work the way it should!

Important Note 2: there is known issue that the shake detection doesn't work on the Huawei watch if it's not updated. Please update it to the latest version to make the shake feature work.

The app unlock may not work if you have Lucky Patcher, Freedom, or possibly any other program designed to circumvent licensing protection.
Updated on
May 24, 2018

Data safety

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587 reviews
August 20, 2021
Clunky and slow. Very unintuitive app, feels like every feature could have been named in a less confusing way. There's a second of delay between a button press on the watch and a task actually running on the phone (partly because every button waits for a double tap even if there's no command set for it - grave sin of UI design). But it has a lot of customizable features, so that's something.
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MusicAlley Inc
January 30, 2022
Could use more conditions and triggers for automation. That said it is a one-of-a-kind app and has the potential to save battery. I am using it to turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi if not on my wrist, and back on when on wrist. The only issue I have is the "please wait" dialogue interrupting my usage if it slips a bit or if I am wearing my watch bit loose. Not only that, but sometimes "please wait" gets stuck on the watch screen when the action is triggered; it stays until I press the home button.
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A Google user
January 5, 2020
Advertisement video claims you can automate things directly on your watch so you don't need to have your phone connected. But I couldn't get it to work for my simple case. I've configured bluetooth to turn on/off on schedule. I think I've granted all the necessary permissions on my watch (ADB, WearOS permissions for AutoWear and in AutoWear settings itself on my watch, even enabled "foreground" in settings). As a result it works one or two times, but then it stops turning on/off, regardless of repeate pattern set in Times. Assuming BT is off, I expect the "On" action to happen without having phone connection. But even "Off" action is not triggered when phone is connected. I will be happy to change it to 5 star once it starts to work. So far it's kinda dissapointing assuming spent time and money. I have no idea why Play Store distorts text formatting.
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What's new

- fixed not being able to do the setup wizard while in trial
- Added GDPR related notification