Camera Remote for Wear OS

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About this app

Wrist Camera App lets you control and preview your phone camera remotely from your Samsung Watch or Android Wear OS Smart Watch! (Only works on Bluetooth connection)

To be honest, this app has the least amount of features compared to other apps on the market. That being said, it is by far the easiest to use.

* May not work on Huawei and OnePlus phone due to their aggressive power saving feature.

● Take photos and videos from your phone with your smart watch
● Use your watch as the viewfinder - see what your phone camera sees on your wrist!
● Turn your phone into a remote control camera with your smartwatch - adjust the zoom, exposure, flash, and swap between main and selfie cameras
● Take a photo with a timer - perfect for group pictures!
● Take photos and videos without opening the home screen on your phone
● See in hard to reach places using your phone together with your smartwatch
● Level up your selfie game - get the perfect angle with the view finder on your Android watch

See in dark and hard to reach places
Turn on your phone's flashlight and use your smart watch to see in normally inaccessible places.

Level up your selfie game with a smart watch on your wrist
Get the perfect angle on selfies and group photos without even looking at your phone. Set a camera timer to give yourself time before the photo takes.

These devices can use the phone camera controller:
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier
Samsung Gear S3 Classic
Samsung Gear Sport

Starting from version 1.4.4 onward, this app can be used on Android Watch / Wear OS devices.

* These devices have not been tested but will likely be compatible. Download the app for free and try it on your watch:

Asus ZenWatch
Asus ZenWatch 2
Asus ZenWatch 3

Casio WSD-F20
Casio WSD-F10

Fossil Sport
Fossil Q Wander / Marshal / Founder 2.0
Fossil Q Bradshaw / Dylan
Fossil Wear

Huawei Watch
Huawei Watch 2

LG Watch Style / Urbane / Sport

Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon

TicWatch Pro
TicWatch C2
TicWatch S
TicWatch E

Montblanc Summit

TAG Heuer Connected
TAG Heuer Connected Modular

ZTE Quartz

This app will need these permissions to work properly:
1. Camera Permission: Obviously needed to stream your camera view to your watch
2. Storage Permission: We will need to save the photo / video on your phone
3. Microphone Permission: Microphone is needed only when recording a video

Take better photos, get more from your smartwatch. Try it for free, and upgrade if you liked it.

⚠️ Important Disclaimer for WearOS Play Store: This app only works on watches paired with an Android phone. If you're installing this from Play Store on your watch, you must also install the companion app on your phone.

This app also needs to be whitelisted from the phone Power Saving feature: We need this permission because some phone brands completely killed this app when not in use, rendering this app useless on phones like Nokia, Huawei, OnePlus, and Xiaomi.
Updated on
Sep 16, 2022

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.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.21K reviews
Mikhael Smiff
December 12, 2021
The idea of it is cool and it does work, but the process of taking photos is incredibly frustrating. The watch has to reconnect to the camera after every shot if you try and zoom in. If you have your phone on too much of an angle, the watch screen will keep trying to adjust to landscape or portrait. I also can't find a way to adjust the timer for more than 3 seconds. It's good but these tiny frustrations are really annoying. Plus it's rarely updated. Honestly feel like I wasted my money.
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David Grossberg
January 29, 2021
There is a major issue that it won't skip frames or reduce frame rate when there is lag, so if the Bluetooth connection isn't fast enough, the watch lags an ever increasing amount. I didn't count, but before my trial expired I think I got it to over 30 seconds of delay. Unusable that way. It should skip frames or send them slower when the delay is even 2 seconds in my opinion.
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A Google user
October 25, 2019
I like this app. I rated it a 3 but will increase this if my problem is solved. I'm using a samsung active watch with a galaxy s7. My camera is set to save videos to my micro sd. For some reason this app saves to my internal storage. It's not enough to do the length needed. I can't for the life of me figure out how to change the app storage. updated: will not save files to sd card. this is not useful for me.
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What's new

1. App can run perfectly on the new Galaxy Watch 5 (hooray!)
2. Improve camera stability