How to manage the Android-powered Android Wear smartwatch
The smartphone-inspired Android Wear watch is one of the most exciting trends of this year.
Google has a new Android Wear OS that includes Google Assistant, but Google’s Android Wear developer community hasn’t yet released an official app for it.
Now, the developers have a new app that will let you manage your Android Wear device using Android Wear’s own notifications.
The app, called Android Wear Manager, is currently available for download for Android devices running the Android Wear SDK.
The Android Wear developers haven’t said if this app will be used for other Wear devices, but there are a few Android Wear apps that will be made available to Android Wear users.
One of them is Android Wear Monitor, a standalone app for controlling your Android Watch on your phone.
The developer has also released a standalone Android Wear app for managing the Android watch with Android Wear Hub, an Android Wear hub that Google previously announced in January.
It will let users manage their Android Wear watches with the Android Watch Hub app, the same way that the Android Pay app does.
The standalone Android watch manager will work with all Android Wear devices.
Android Wear Watch Manager will be available on Google Play in the future, and it’s available for $2.99 on the Google Play Store.
Android Watch Monitor will have support for the Android Smartwatch API, so you can set notifications on your watch to display messages to a specific Android Wear user, as well as view notifications from the smartwatch on other Android Wear-enabled devices.