First - a Calendar Watchface

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About this app

First is a calendar-focused watch face with a clean, minimal design. Featuring calendar arcs to show your agenda, Complications, a powerful set of options for rich customization, and dark & bright screens for ease of viewing in all situations, First can bring your smartwatch to life.

Calendar Display
Using arcs colored from the event colors on your Google Calendar, First displays your agenda of meetings, events, and all-day events in a stylish and functional manner. First is designed to handle events even as long or longer than 12 hours with grace. NOTE: this requires accepting the calendar permission upon installation, and it can take up to 15 minutes for calendar events to sync to your watch.

Dark and Bright
On AMOLED screens, the dark screen is not only clean and minimal, but saves battery too. For bright daylight situations, or when in need of a quick flashlight, the screen can be tapped to show a bright version of the watch face. Watch face options can be customized for each screen independently via the Advanced Settings menu, for a completely customizable experience.

Deep, Rich Customization
First features a powerful set of options to allow you to set it up exactly how you like it. Six pre-set option bundles allow for quick setup; or if you prefer, the Advanced Settings menu lets you choose each option individually.

- First was designed to be compatible with round watches, square watches, and "flat-tire" watches.
- First has been tested and confirmed to work when paired with iOS devices, but calendar event colors are unavailable, and will instead show a default color. Arc colors may be chosen manually in the Advanced Settings menus for the dark and bright screens.
- On iOS, First will work with the Apple Calendar if the calendar cards are set to "Apple Calendar Event Cards" in the Android Wear iOS app. To use your Google Calendar, set it to "Google Calendar Event Cards", and make sure the "Your Feed" option is enabled.
Updated on
Aug 9, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

142 reviews
February 7, 2022
Simple. Easy to configure on the watch and very functional, attractive, and responsive first and foremost! I wish I could configure what actions take place when I click a complication. For example, I love having the IST time zone as a complication but I don't need that to open the clock. It would be much better if it could do something like open my agenda. But this does exactly what it claims to do and it does it well!
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A Google user
May 25, 2019
This has become my favorite watch face on the Ticwatch Pro. I found the initial set up to be somewhat baffling, but after some trial and error have finally figured out the multitude of settings. My only suggestion is that the developer should provide some documentation explaining the settings. The app provides a text notice as well as a time-delineated visual notice for Google Calendar events and reminders. It's a nice, clean interface that works very well. Well worth the purchase.
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A Google user
May 7, 2019
Great watchface and very stylish. Unfortunately it is not possible to synchronise with Outlook agenda, which limits its application in a business environment. Somehow complications are widely advertised, but have limited practical value. Apparently the only watchface that can deal with Outlook agenda was developed in 2016. There should be a market for newer developments.
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RJR Apps
May 7, 2019
Unfortunately as far as I know, Microsoft doesn't make their Outlook calendar accessible to apps outside of their own. But if you know of a way to sync your Google calendar with your Outlook calendar, that should work!

What's new

Version 1.3.2:
- Fixed crashes involved with selecting and using Complications.
- Added manual burn-in protection feature, which can be found in Advanced Settings. This is turned on by default for the Galaxy Watch 4.