Useful information when you need it most
Android Wear organizes your information, suggests what you need, and shows it to you before you even ask. Get messages from your friends, appointment notifications, and weather updates at a glance.
Just say “Ok Google”
Respond to texts, instant messages, and emails by voice. Ask questions like “Will it rain this weekend?”, “What time is it in London?”, or “How do I get to the post office?” and get straight answers.
Reach fitness goals
Keep track of your fitness with daily summaries showing your step count and heart rate.* *Heart rate only available on watches with heart rate monitors.
Read your messages in a glance on your watch or reply by voice without taking out your phone.Get this app in the Google Play store
Just say "Ok Google, call me a car" to order a Lyft to your location. See how long your wait is and the model of the car on your watch and rate the driver with a couple of taps when you arrive.Get this app in the Google Play store
Say "Ok Google, start a run" to track your run right from your wrist. You'll see your time, distance and calories burned in a glance on your wrist, and you can pause or stop your activity with a quick tap, all while your phone is tucked away in a pocket or bag.Get this app in the Google Play store
Connects to your Android phone
Android Wear connects your phone to your wrist. Pause, play, and skip music
tracks or quickly respond to text messages from your watch.
Wear works with phones running Android 4.3 or higher. Visit g.co/WearCheck on your phone to see if it’s compatible.
Glance at the weather forecast when you get up in the morning.
See how long it will take you to get to work while you’re getting ready in the morning.
The subject, time, and location of your next appointment appear so you don’t have to check your calendar.
Your flight information appears before you go to the airport.
Keep track of your activity with daily summaries showing your step count and heart rate.
Calls, texts, emails, instant messages
See who’s calling, or read texts, instant messages, and emails as soon as they arrive.
Just say “Ok Google” to get the information you need. Ask anything, like “Will it rain this weekend?”, or “What time is it in London?", or “How many calories are there in an avocado?”
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Just say “Ok Google navigate to...” and your destination to get turn by turn navigation.
Just say “Ok Google play some music” to start listening from your phone, and pause, play, and skip tracks on your watch.
Glance and say “Ok Google” to set location-based or time-based reminders. For example, “Ok Google remind me to water the plants when I get home.” Or “Ok Google remind me to pick up popcorn at 6pm.”
Just say “Ok Google take a note paradiso cafe” to create a note with that restaurant recommendation in Google Keep.