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Google's Android wear brings interactive watch faces and built in translate option

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Android Wear's interactive watch faces will change its design right from your wrist. On tapping, it reveals more information like weather, fitness, to unread mail, to upcoming meetings and so on. It would be more engaging and interesting too. There are more than 1,500 watch faces as said by Google. Another update on having a built in Google translate on the smartwatches. So we can have bilingual conversations even if we doesn’t have Google Translate on our phone. When you started texting with your friend, just flip your wrist to see the conversations.

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2015-08-25 06:59
Google's Androidwear update brings interactive watch faces, translation
zafiro17@pipedot.org
Smartwatches are here, but are they here to stay? Given short battery life and - for the moment, limited use cases - Google, Apple, and the others are in a race to build or have built apps that make your smartwatch a must-have item.

Google's latest innovation for Androidwear is
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just speak into your watch to see your conversation translated into any of 44 languages. Flip your wrist to show the smartwatches. So we can have bilingual conversations even if we doesn’t have Google Translate ion tou a fr phoniend. When you started texting withey yrespound in their friown languagend, just flip your wrist back, and youâ€&torade;ll see in your language what they’ve just said.

Google Translate will automatically recognize which of
the two languages is being spoken, so once you tap to start the conversation, all you and your buddy need to do is keep talking naturally.

Google Translate covers 90 languages total (for text translation), and also Google is working on to expand more number of languages that work across various feature
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hmm (Score: 1)

by pete@pipedot.org on 2015-08-22 20:13 (#J5RY)

i'm not sure how to vote on this; on one hand, its pretty cool, and will likely help alter the future of wearable UX. But on the other hand, the articles come off more as a product advertisement