The Android Device Manager supports Android Wear:
We are all now familiar with the Android Device Manager which is a useful app available on play store and can help us find our device and manage it. In an effort to give a tough competition to Apple Watch, the web giant Google has recently announced a useful update to its Android Device Manager. This update aims to help locate your lost phone easily using your Android Wear which may be a smart watch or any other compatible and wearable device which can connect to your Android phone.
Give voice command to your Android Wear:
This new feature is termed as ‘Find My Phone’. It is being rolled out slowly on some major android watches and we can expect it to be supporting all the android wears by the end of this month. It is automatically updated once we connect to the internet and we don’t have to manually update the Device Manager app. The ‘Find My Phone’ service uses a voice input to enable the trigger response functionality in the phone. As an example, you may say to Google to find your phone using the voice command and this trigger response which may be in the form of a loud sound produced from your phone and you can easily locate the phone.
See the phone’s location in your smart watch:
In case your phone is stolen, you don’t have to worry as the Android Wear can use GPS service to find the exact place your phone is in. The Android Wear also stores all your important data like contacts, photos, notes etc. Google is also planning to enable Wi-Fi feature by default on its Android Wears.
As per Google, Android Wear can be able to operate using gestures. This can be a helpful inclusion as we can move our hands or flick the wrists to scroll and navigate the Android Wear screen and give various commands. Google is planning to enter into a deal with Tag Heuer Company and Intel Corporation to design luxury watches running on Android platform.