The success of any device in the Smartphone industry is based on how much support they get after the purchase. In this requirement, all leading companies like Google, Samsung, and Xiaomi provide better support. When it comes to providing software support, No one can beat Google. They are well organized and provide better on-time support always. But sometimes, they miss important things and get notified by Shouters and users in the forums. Gmail and Calendar App have lots of dedicated versions. But in Pixel watch, they get Adaptive versions. After getting plenty of requests, Google Pixel Watch is getting a separate Calendar and Gmail App.
Current limitations for Gmail and Calendar applications in Google Pixel Watch
Gmail and Calendar are a bit limited within your wristwatch. Gmail relies entirely on notifications for its operation, which means it’s only an option to save and remove or respond to these messages. When you have eliminated your notifications about mail, it is no longer possible to contact them. There’s no way to access your inbox on your wrist because there isn’t an app specifically designed for it. The Calendar is also restricted. It’s only able to look at your Calendar and not at an entire week or month on your watch.
A dedicated Google Calendar and Gmail App
Google is currently conducting tests of Gmail and Calendar in Wear OS in-house. According to the publication, the experience should appear “full,” though it’s unclear what it means for a Wear OS application. Techies say that the tests take place on the Google Pixel Watch, which makes sense considering that it’s Google’s primary hardware.
A dedicated list is undoubtedly more convenient than competing with the main feed of notifications. At the same time, a watch-face complication that shows how many unread messages you have is a great idea. There is also a clear precedent for this idea from Microsoft and Outlook Wear OS. Outlook Wear OS app that even comes with an e-watch face.
The launch could be some time away, and there’s always the possibility to choose Google decides to scrap the idea and concentrate on other enhancements to Wear OS.
Providing dedicated apps to different devices always makes users comfortable and keeps them on the devices for a long time. Talk from a trusted person is always valid and makes good sales compared with Spending vast amounts on Advertisements. Techies always use smartwatches. Most people get details from them before buying any devices. Every group has one or more tech guys. The Dedicated app will attract them, meaning Google can sell more devices. After-sales support in hardware and software is essential in the long run. What are your thoughts about Dedicated apps for Google Pixel Watch? Share your thoughts below.
Selva Ganesh is the Chief Editor of this Blog. He is a Computer Science Engineer, An experienced Android Developer, Professional Blogger with 8+ years in the field. He completed courses about Google News Initiative. He runs Android Infotech which offers Problem Solving Articles around the globe.
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