Not good at all It not much different than the storage view from Android wear.. I mean I only see the installed apps and cannot uninstall not one of them. I have some apps from wearable software and could no uninstall them using this app. I had to factory reset the watch to get rid of them..
Pretty good, but I was expecting being able to remove apps *from the watch*. Apparently, the ones that can be removed at all are removed from both the watch and the phone, which is not necessarily what I need. --- Correction: Yes, it is clear from the description that uninstalling must be done from the app on the phone. What wasn't 100% clear is that it is not possible (most likely Google's brilliant design) to remove the watch component but still keep the phone app.
sony Xa ultra + Huawei steel wear.
Worth the 99 cents I actually got this so I could get rid of the pesky "calling setup" app from my huaweii watch. It didn't identify it, and I figured it was a long shot anyway, but after using it for a little while I realized how handy and necessary something like this is since there is only limited space on wearables. 99 cents, while a typical cost for an app, is nearly a meaningless cost in the scope of things. I'll be keeping it.
People need to READ about what they are installing This does EXACTLY what it says it will do. Take a moment reading thru what you're installing before you slam or downgrade an app because you didn't understand or take the time to isn't fair to the dev. When Android wear 2.0 comes out in the fall you'll then be able to manage apps on your device directly as well as have it on both the phone and device. Until then, blame Google. But I like the app, and the fact I know what's actually ON my watch, whereas before I had no idea really. So kudos to the developer!
Waste if time All it does is uninstall the app off of your phone to remove it from the watch, you can do that yourself for free.
• Full support for Android Wear 2.0
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