The Wear App Launcher lets you browse and launch your Android Wear apps by simply swiping the left edge of your screen to bring up the launcher, showing you all the applications currently installed on your Android Wear device.
To start using it on your watch the very first time, open "Wear App Launcher" manually from your regular application list on your watch, this opens up the launcher and also registers the left side swipe-area for future launches.
- Optimized for round displays
- Optimized for square/rectangular displays
- Choose how your applications are presented (2 or 3 columns)
- Change the order of your apps
- Open the Wear App Launcher by simply swiping from the left edge of your screen*
- Low memory/battery usage, the Wear App Launcher is only started when you swipe to activate it.
- Customize the swipe-area size
- Switch between multiple running apps
After installing the Wear App Launcher, please run it on your phone for a quick introduction to getting the most out of your new Android Wear application launcher.
On your watch, you only have to start "Wear App Launcher" manually the very first time after installing or upgrading it, after running it the first time, the left side swipe-area will always remain active, even when you restart your watch (about 30 sec. after boot).
Enjoy your new Android Wear Launcher.
WARNING: Behavior not tested on encrypted or rooted devices. Use at your own risk.
While the app let's you install this on Android 5.0+ (Lollipop) devices, it is recommended that you use the built-in "Trusted Device" feature of Lollipop instead of Wear Unlock.
Once you have paired your Android Wear device to this app, it will lock your device with a specified password when your Android Wear device has been disconnected - and unlock your device whenever your Android Wear device is connected.
- Only PIN and password lock modes are supported at this time.
- The developer takes no responsibility for the security of your device while Wear Unlock is installed.
Wear Phone is the missing piece in handling phone calls on your Android Wear smart watch. Without this application, you could only answer or ignore incoming calls (as well as reply with canned replies). With this application, you get the following features:
* End ongoing calls.
* Enable/disable speakerphone.
* Enable/disable microphone.
* Start outgoing calls from your recents, favourites, your full contact list, or a keypad!
We believe that input on a smart watch needs to be different when it's not by voice, so the keypad is a new experiment we hope you enjoy.
This has only been tested on a Moto 360, please report any issues you find with square faces or the different DPI of the G Watch R before leaving a negative review.
If the app does not work properly on square watches or the G Watch R, please contact the developer for support. If the issue is not fixed, we will happily refund your purchase.
instantly without taking your phone out of pocket.....!!!
Leave your phone in your pocket or bag. View everything on your wrist.
-> Single Tap - See Username, User profile picture and No of Likes of Current Post.
-> Long Press - To Like Current Post.
-> Double Tap - Zoom Photo (Pinch Zoom also Support).
-> Swipe Left - See comments of Current Post.
-> Swipe Down - See Next Post.
-> Make Sure Internet is on and watch is connected with Mobile.
-> Open Mobile Application and once log in First with Instagram Username and password.
-> Now Open Wear For Instagram Application on your watch.
If Application is not in application list than open Android wear application on mobile click on setting icon and click Resync apps.
Wait and check.
If you find any bugs or you have any suggestions, please email me at email@example.com in order to correct or implement it before rating.
Requires an Android Wear device and an internet connected phone.
Important: Your phone and wear device must be set to English since the app translates from English to other languages.
A voice to voice translator, this app can translate sentences from English to any of the following languages:
Please note that your phone's text to speech engine must also support the language you wish to translate to, open the companion app in your phone to see which languages your phone supports.
Note: The Google wear watches do not have speakers so the app uses your phone's.
Your phone's screen does NOT have to be on, and the app does NOT have to be opened in your phone, the app is also not running in the background so it won't consume your phone's battery.
How To Use:
- Watch the video for how to use.
- To add symbols, for example to add a question mark say "question mark" whenever/wherever you want the "?" to appear.
- If you wish to continue using the same language you do not have to say "to " at the end once you have said it.
- You may also start the translation service by clicking the "New Translation" button, at the "Speak Now" prompt say the words you want to translate followed by "to "
- If you can't hear anything check that your phone's Media volume, not just Ring volume, is up. (See last screenshot photo)
- A "Can't reach Google at the moment" message means that Google's servers are not working not that the app is not working, the app uses Google voice-to-text service. As a Wear user myself I find that these happens quite often and is disappointing but there is nothing I can do to fix it on my end so please do not leave a bad rating, thanks.
Updates: We will continue to issue updates as the user base grows, we have many features coming up this including voice pitch, text to speech engine selection, male and female voice,and support for many more languages both as input and output.
• Just after an intensive sport session, you might want to count your heartbeat.
• Can be used by musician and DJ to calculate the tempo (quadruple measure) of a song.
• You want to know if you are born with the rhythm.
At your wrist, round and square screens are supported.
HOW TO USE IT
• Press anywhere repeatedly to measure the BPM
• Wait two seconds and Touch again to start a new measurement
• Long press to quit
Wait 10 to 20 seconds after install in order to be able to launch this application on your wearable device.
If it is still not available, "Resync apps" or uninstall and then re-install it again, and be sure to have enough free space.
StayLit Wear lets you adjust the time until the display goes dark after the watch has been waked (i.e. the time the display stays on after you have tapped the screen, moved the watch, or pressed the button). Choose from a range of values of up to 5 minutes. (NEW: Choose to have the light stay on until you switch the display off again.)
USAGE: After installing the app on your phone, please allow approx. 45 seconds for the app to be pushed to your watch. In order to adjust the backlight timeout, open the StayLit Wear app on your watch. This will bring up the Longer Backlight settings. Select a setting in the list by tapping on it. Deactivate StayLit Wear by selecting "off“ in this list. (NOTE: Due to an issue with Android Wear 5.0 and 5.1, on some devices, it may be necessary to re-select the desired light timeout each time you change the watchface.)
INSTALLATION TROUBLESHOOTING: After having been installed on the phone, StayLit should show up in the phone's app drawer. On the watch, the app should show up in the app drawer (accessible through long pressing the watch's power button). (Android Wear 5.0.2: StayLit should show up in the watch's Start menu - accessible by tapping on the watchface screen and scrolling all the way down in the list that appears.) If it still isn't showing on the watch after several minutes, try the "resync all apps" option on the Settings page of the Android Wear app on the phone. Also, make sure that you have the latest version of the Android Wear app installed on your phone. If you are having problems installing or running the app, please contact me - I will be happy to help!
NOTE: Setting a significantly longer backlight timeout will reduce battery life. We recommend switching the display’s "Always On" mode to "Off“ while using StayLit Wear with a longer backlight timeout (this options is available in the watch's Settings menu). However, a few seconds of backlight more do not affect battery life greatly, and will already make watchfaces more enjoyable - especially animated ones...
WAM was the first app manager for Wear and is still the best! But don't just take our word for it:
"Some of the apps on your phone have Wear modules, but which ones? And what the heck do they do? Wear App Manager lists them all in one handy place." - Android Police
"Wear App Manager takes the guesswork out of the equation" - re/code
"It’s boring having to scroll through hundred of other apps from the settings menu. Enter Wear App Manager, a slick and easy way to see what’s taking up what on your wearable" - Android Headlines
"It’s a potentially useful tool and even more so if you’re a new Android Wear owner." - Android Authority
In addition to bringing all your Wear apps together in one place, this version includes the following:
▶ Notifications (on your watch, handheld, or both) when Wear apps are installed, updated, or uninstalled
▶ Permissions each app is actually using on your wearable
▶ Storage space available on-device, and how much each app is using - in more detail than that shown by the Android Wear app.
▶ Direct links to uninstall the app, or open its listing on Google Play
▶ Uninstall multiple apps at once
▶ Share app details or lists with friends
▶ Launch apps (on watch or handheld) easily
▶ Shows apps installed only on watch (in development, or sideloaded), and those whose watch components are missing
▶ Sort app list by name or size
▶ Lots of geeky internal details about each app, like version codes and install dates
Please note: This is still an early release of WAM, and gets your foot in the door of managing your Wear apps. Many more features are coming soon!
OK Google... open net info.
Now you can check the network details of your handheld without taking your phone out of your pocket.
• wifi state: connected/not connected
• wifi name (SSID)
• wifi speed
• Mobile state: connected/not connected
• Mobile operator
• Mobile type connection
Please note: an Android Wear device is needed!
For all kinds of issue do not hesitate to contact me.
• Playback and volume controls
• Change track from queue
• Group/Un-group players.
• After installation, you must launch the application on your regular device at least once to ensure the connection between the wearable and the device is established.
• Requires your phone to be connect to the same WiFi as your Sonos system.
• Tested on Sony Smartwatch 3, LG G Watch R and the Moto 360.
Have a bug report or feature request? Just find the issue or file a new one here:
- Fast app discovery service. We scan the market daily for freshly submitted apps and Android Wear watchfaces.
- Wear News - stay up to date with the latest fresh news on wearables.
- Uninstall Wear apps through our Wear apps manager.
- Wear notifications, advanced sorting, categories and more..
Featured in news:
The aptly-named Apps for Wear serves as a one-stop shop for curated apps. It's definitely a must if you are new to the world of Android Wear. --PhoneArena
Good place to find Android Wear apps and watch faces. All Android users should at least try it. --AndroidAuthority
Like a Wear apps store
Wear HQ is NOT:
- Responsible for any misuses,
- Owner of any third party applications.
Please carefully read the Terms of Service:
- the android.permission.BILLING is needed for donations
★ Discover trending apps
★ Manage your wear apps
★ Stay tuned with our Android Wear newsticker
★ All Apps, Games and Watch Faces also online at: http://www.androidwearcenter.com
★ Modern design
★ Super fast
★ Manage your installed wear apps
★ Recommendation for best Android Wear apps
★ New Apps, Games and Watch Faces are updated continuously
★ News about Android Wear
★ Quick access to top apps
★ Apps and Games are ordered by categories
★ A list of all Android Apps Wear
★ A list of all Android Games Wear
★ A list of all Android Wear Watch Faces
★ Separate listing of all Android Apps Wear, which are promoted by Google
★ No Ads and completely free
Do you have suggestions for improvements? Any ideas or problems with the app. Let us know.
1) Install app
2) Wait a couple minutes for the app to install on your watch
3) Open app on phone
4) Select what apps you want to vibrate on your watch
5) Turn off the vibrate in the individual apps on your phone. That's it.
by Alan Beck
Awalys contact me with any issues via email please. App is not yet optimized for incomming phone calls. Can vibrate also a phone and even without a watch.
* create your own vibration patterns by tapping the screen
* optional global vibration for all apps (long press an app to block its vibration)
* custom screen on time out for watch (keep the watch's screen on longer)
* hourly chime - vibrate every hour and/or 15/30/45 minutes
* option to vibrate the phone e.g. when watch is disconnected. also works without a watch.
* pick from seven pre-defined vibration patterns
* set vibrations even for apps which have non-vibrating notifications only (e.g. Skype)
* optional strong vibration pattern when phone disconnects from your watch
* options to change vibrations behaviour when watch's screen is on
* quiet hours for people who do not charge every day
* Android 5 phones: option to obey priority mode
* optional "turn on watch's screen"
* test the vibrations directly from the app
* quick mute button to temporarily disable all vibrations - there is no automatic way to detect the theater mode and watch's mute settings
* no vibration when your watch is charging or in a dock
* no vibration for ongoing/permanent/progress notifications
* add an optional delay to the vibration (settings)
* watch vibrating a 1-2 seconds before the notification shows-up on the watch is normal
* and more
App needs a permission to read the phone's notifications and will ask for this on the app's first start. The watch can vibrate even a second before the notification arrives into your watch. This is because the watch will vibrate at the time a notification arrives into your phone and it could take some time for a notification to show-up on the watch.
It takes some time for the app to install into your watch, so wait a while. The app will never be visible in the watch, because it has no activity. Once you can successfully test the vibrate patterns from the phone app, the watch will vibrate as expected.
App does not make physically stronger vibrations. It is not possible to make the vibrating motor stronger via an app.
Disable vibrations for notifications for apps, which you picked to have a custom vibration pattern. Vibrating a device cancels an ongoing vibration. This means that a custom long vibration can be, and will be, canceled by a short vibration from a notification. Solution is to disable vibrations per app, but leave the notifications enabled. See the second screenshot.
Some apps do not disable their notifications' vibrations even when explicitely set to OFF in their settings. In this situation the picked custom pattern can be cancelled earlier by a weak vibration from that app's notification. You can set a delay for the vibrations when you use such apps to mitigate this issue. Some applications post the same notification twice sometimes thus the custom pattern is played twice. Both of these issues happen with the built-in Email app (NOT the Gmail app)
* WAKE_LOCK permission is need because device could go to sleep during a vibration and will cancel it
* RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED needed for restoring hourly chime alarms after phone reboot
This Wear app was made for us and released to the public. Enjoy!