Calendar For Android Wear Shows You Today's Events With A Glance

Since the software's debut, Android Wear has been the key focus by Google to cut down on the time we take to view information on our smartphones. What better way to do so than by looking at a watch that shows you quick, short summaries? A new app that is now available for Android Wear devices is called Calendar, which should be pretty self explanatory. The Calendar app for Android Wear is a simple, yet intuitive app and allows its users to take a quick glance at today's date and events. Calendar's sleek, beautiful design comes in five different color settings and simply does its job.

Key features of the Calendar app is showing you the date and keeping track of events. What better way to do this than by just checking your watch? You no longer have to reach in your pocket and dig through your phone when all of the information you are looking for is right on your wrist. The app alone is useful but at the price of nothing, there comes some expenses. Users of the app are restricted to a monthly view. How do you bypass the monthly view? Well by paying of course. A one time fee of $2 will give you all the glorious features that this app intends on giving you such as the daily view and the detailed view. It makes you wonder why the developer didn't just give the app a set price, but I guess he or she wants to give you a taste of what you could really enjoy.

The Calendar app is a must have if you are always on the run. The information may be displayed on a small screen, but there is enough room for you to check out events along with details. The app is easy to use and by paying the price of $2, you get the daily view, detailed view, and a display of calendar events shown on your wrist. If you would like to check out the app or download it, you can go here. You can also take a look at screenshots of the app in the gallery below. Don't forget to share your thoughts about Calendar in the comments.

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Jamil Bryant

I'm an all around tech enthusiast that loves to walk into Best Buy and tinker with every usable device. Android has been a good friend of mine for some years now. As a user, the environment that the software takes you in is practically endless. Other than writing about new mobile tech I love to skateboard, create music, record podcast, and other unusual stuff.