Oct 04, 2016 06:50 AM EDT
Android Wear 2.0 Beta App Features Google Account Manager
Google just announced this week that it would push through the official release of the Android Wear 2.0 and further says that the release of the next Android Wear 2.0 beta preview build for developers. Together with this news is an updated version of the said gadget and now, more details with regards to its features have revealed something which is more interesting.
One of the newest features found in the beta review of Android Wear is that it has now built with Google Play Store, which enables users to access and download apps directly to their amazing watches rather than needing a phone. However, in making this a possibility, users have to access their Google accounts directly from the watches since this is where their account manage enters. Google account manager has been added to the Android Wear, Android Police reported.
Google has also done some alterations in the settings menu. First adjustment is the deletion of together communication feature, which was announced to be shut down by Google last September 30. Google also removed the feature in Android Wear where the turning on and off of tutorials is automatic. Lastly, the card preview option has been deleted and instead of Actions, Accounts menu has been replaced that enables users to add or remove Google accounts in the device, according to 9to5google.
Finally, after installing the Developer 3, developers have noticed that Google Assistant graphics was quite enticing to use, but it has been broken. This is because, as of the moment, Google is still testing the assistant app on Google Wear.
Android Wear APK could be downloaded from APKMirror. However, it is important to bear in mind that the beta build is meant to be used solely with Developer Preview 3 and will not work on the present Android Wear devices.
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