Android Wear Gets Interactive Watch Faces And Built-In Google Translate Support

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Android wear gets interactive watch faces and built-in Google translate support, according to the latest update by search engine giant.

Android wear gets interactive watch faces, which will make it easier for you to perform tasks such as opening an app, checking your calendar and lot more. The watch faces provides info instantly, which will let you quickly see the time, missed call data, weather or any other information.

Android Wear gets interactive watch faces
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Android wear gets interactive watch faces and currently 21 are available, of which the search engine giant highlighted three, which are as follows:

1. “Bits: Choose the info you want at a glance — from weather, to unread mail, to upcoming meetings. Want to know this afternoon’s weather forecast? Just tap on weather.”

2. “UnderArmour: Stay motivated with fitness stats on your wrist. Tap the watch face to see your step count, calories burned, and distance.”

3. “Together: Two people can stay close throughout the day by turning the entire watch face into a space for sharing. Once you’ve paired your watch face with a partner’s, you’ll be able to share things like photos and emoji, as well as your activities (like if you’re working out, on the phone, or stuck in traffic).”

Google Translate on Android Wear
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The company is also bringing Google Translate support to Android watches. It will help you to carry on a bilingual conversation with just a flick of your wrist. For instance, if you are trying to talk to a person speaking a language, which you don’t know; it would be easy to use your smartwatch for translation rather than taking out your phone from your pocket or purse.

How to use Google translate on Android Wear?

You simply need to tap, talk, and flip your wrist towards the guy you are trying to talk to and just show them a translation of what you have said. After that you need to simply flip back your wrist and when the other person has said his or her piece you can see the translation of that on your watch.

The search giant said:

“Google Translate will automatically recognize which of the two languages is being spoken, so once you tap to start the conversation, all you and your buddy need to do is keep talking naturally. Right now, it supports 44 languages.”

As Android Wear gets interactive watch faces and built-in Google translate support, you can enjoy talking to stranger in any language and can do a lot other things also.

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