New Android wear apps will be released in 2018 and 2019, respectively, according to The Verge, as a new group of wearable apps will begin rolling out.
The first app to get the green light is one of Google’s flagship apps, Google Now.
Google Now is now available in over 10,000 Android Wear devices.
As you might expect, Google has gone all-in on making it available on Android Wear, adding new functionality and making it even easier to use.
Google is also rolling out a new way to manage your notifications, so if you get a notification on your wrist, you can just tap on the notification and it’ll take you directly to the app.
The notifications you see are displayed as a green bar across your screen, with the text “OK Google” and the notification number at the bottom.
As mentioned, the new apps will appear in 2018, 2019, and 2020, with a new version launching in 2021.
The next iteration of the Google Now app will also support the Android Wear smartwatch’s new navigation bar, making it easier to navigate your watch’s interface.
We also have confirmation that the Google Watch app will make its way to Android Wear 2.0, with Android Wear users receiving a new watchface and a new app that will allow you to customize your watch face, color, and more.
Android Wear users can also expect new app notifications, with notifications on watch faces being replaced by messages on the watch.
The new notification notifications also seem to be limited to the Google watch, but Google has promised a larger selection of notifications in the future.
The biggest change with the new Android Wear software is that it’s now possible to customize the notification bar across multiple watchfaces.
This is great news for those of us who want to customize notifications for different watchfaces, or even the Google Play Music app, but we have concerns about that.
When you open the notification panel, the notification icon is hidden, and it’s only available to you to see.
We also have some concerns about whether this will lead to a lag in notifications, especially on older Android Wear watches, as well as the fact that the notification notification bar can’t be changed on older watches that don’t support Android Wear.
The notification bar will be customizable to your watch, though.
It’s also worth noting that, in addition to the notification indicator, the bar also shows the time, the weather, and other info on the right side of the screen.
This can be handy for people who want a bit more granular information, but don’t want to scroll through notifications.
The widget will also show you a bar of information for the app that you can tap to quickly check a list of all your recent notifications.
As you can see, there’s a lot of new stuff to look forward to with Android wear, including support for multiple watch faces, notification bar customization, and a way to control notifications.
You’ll be able to use a lot more of these new apps to get all the new features in the Android Watch app, and hopefully some of them will also make their way to the Wear app.
If you’re looking forward to more new Android wear features, check out our guide to the latest Android Wear updates.