Hey there! I have a moto 360 and I cracked it on the back of it. I was wondering if anyone else had this issue? Does anyone worry about damaging their smart watch while doing physical activities?
Hi, I am planning to get a new phone but I havent decided which phone to get because of the comparing the ios and android. After a few looking through phones, I have decided to compare Nexus 6, iPhone 6 plus and Galaxy S6. I quite hate lags so there shouldn't be lags. I play high graphic games, I like big screens, resloution should be super high, the processor should be lightning fast and the interface should be stock android or ios ui(touchwiz is fine only if it gets fast enough without lag),...
When ever you unbox your smartwatch and simply connect it with your Android Device, all your appsautomatically becomes your Android wearable’s Apps. You will get all your alerts, notifications on your smartwatch. But there are also apps that are completely dedicated for your wrist. Here I am listing down some of the best app for your Android Wear.
My son isn't allowed to have a cell phone at school. He is really helped by some alarms and reminders to hand in work, and look at his schedule.
We were using a Wimm One, because it could sync via wifi and kept the information on its memory until the next sync, but since google bought them and discontinued the website we are floundering.
Are there any smartwatches that can keep the information internally? Or apps that make that possible?
Thanks for your help.