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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 Wear OS. 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 Wear OS 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 Wear OS device in ways you never imagined

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.

Integrate AutoWear with your watch-face using Wear OS complications, bringing Tasker automation directly to your favorite watch-face!

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
Sep 22, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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Ratings and reviews

578 reviews
AC Chapin
November 2, 2020
Sadly this is watch disablingly bad. I only got it as part of a tasker solution to enable google's reminders to actually show up on my Fossil Carlyle watch. It actually *did* make that happen while I had it on (which admittedly is better than Google has ever done). The app's intended use however is for voice commands, and it tries to set up a watch shake gesture to listen for them. Since I didn't want that, I set shake detection to disable, so the shake to listen screen should never have come up, right? For a little while it seemed to be fine, but then: "Please wait" and "AutoWear Listening" started appearing on the watchface on constant, rapid-fire, repeat. The phone app Log lists THOUSANDS of "New Last Command: null;" entries. Through diligent (frantic) tapping through this constant barrage I tried restarting the watch, going through setup from the phone app again (it congratulated me on the fact that it "heard me say null"), and uninstalling and and reinstalling it on the watch (2 minutes clear and then the barrage started up again.) Finally (more frantic tapping) I uninstalled this app it from the watch again for blessed relief. (btw the help link in the app goes to Google+(!) I mean, I miss it too but...) RESPONSE TO DEVELOPER-- pulled out of the original review: " I also tried deleting the shake to listen Screen from the phone app several times, but although each time I confirmed the delete, it just stayed there in the Screen list." I did not create this or any Screen myself; there were no other screens in the list.
20 people found this review helpful
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November 2, 2020
But was that screen on the list? can you try deleting it?
Andrew Jn
December 2, 2023
Works very badly on GW4. Tasker profiles aren't triggered by autowear commands. Predefined commands sometimes work but just randomly. Custom commands aren't working at all. I can see a toast message on my phone that the autowear command was received, but Tasker ignores it. Moreover, the toasts stop arriving after a couple of minutes. It seems like the autowear app itself stops listening to or sending commands and states. All battery restrictions are off, and all permissions are granted.
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December 4, 2023
I'm trying to update the app on Google Play with a fix but they're not letting me right now. Can you please check this thread about it:
Luke Lo Presti
October 2, 2023
I've been using AutoWear to creat custom complications on my Galaxy Watch 4 with persistent notification data from my phone along with Tasker and AutoNotification. Recently the app broke with the new One UI 5 update on the Galaxy Watch. The dev has gone out of his way and been super helpful in addressing these issues and even provided private APKs for testing which is much appreciated! Highly recommend!
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October 3, 2023
Thank you very much :) Glad I could help!

What's new

- Added support for rotary input (Bezel and Rotating Crown).