Although this has naturally announced many new things on its many products and services, Google I / O this year has also highlighted some of the often ignored parts of its empire, especially the different incarnations of Android thought would have been forgotten. Although there was an idea about it, the collaboration between Google and Samsung over Wear OS was a pleasant surprise, but it was only the tip of the iceberg of what SmartWatch fans can expect , hopefully really.
The unification of the use of the operating system and the Tizen portable form is promised to bring many benefits, although there seems to be a little silence on Tizen-based applications that make their way to wear operating system. However, as part of the requirements of Samsung, however, Google says that manufacturers will be able to create custom user experiments above Android wear. This reflects the current practice on Android and could trigger a new generation of bone wear skins, starting with the Samsung user interface, of course.
Operating system wear also gains behavioral changes, such as the ability to quickly return to a previous application with a double press, the presuumant that the SmartWatch has even possesses one. Google also allows developers to create wear wear experiments, recently open to the public’s plaid API, a virtual heart rate sensor to test health applications.
Samsung is not the only new partner of the New Wear OS World, although Fitbit can hardly be considered a partner because it is practically detained by Google. Fitbit’s health and well-being expertise will come to Google’s portable platform where it will compete Samsung’s health and well-being expertise, which also has to wear the operating system .
Google expands the list of wear wear applications and, at the last hour of YouTube music, comes about Google, years after that should have. In addition, Spotify also announced that its Wear OS app will download music and podcasts on SmartWatches to support offline playback. It is enough to say that it is an exciting time for the wear of the operating system and, hopefully, Google can follow the pace.