Bring! Heads to Android with Android Wear Support


Bring! is a popular shopping list app that was on iOS for a while, and it's finally made it's way over to Android. It's actually a really nice looking app. And the best part? It has Android Wear support out of the box. So now you can have your grocery shopping list right there on your wrist. How much more convenient can it get?

So what kind of features do we have on Bring!? Well we've got "350 hand-drawn items, Shared shopping list for free, Push notifications regarding your shopping trip, Android Wear Support, User profiles with photos and names, «New items» badge, Live syncing and offline ready, Any number of list participants, Quantities, Add your own items, Automated sorting, Display & Pocket Lock, Item catalogs for: USA (English), UK (English), Australia (English), Canada (English), Germany (German), Switzerland (German, Italian, French), Austria (German), Needs Android 4.x, Also available for other mobile platforms (iOS), And many small and lovely secrets …"


Bring! is also tablet-optimized, so if you're looking to use it on your Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab S or another tablet, you can do so without actually using a slightly larger version of the phone app, which is always nice to have. While all of these other features are really cool, I'd have to say the best one is the Android Wear support. As it's something I'd really use my smartwatch for. Since I can just walk through the store pick stuff up and cross it out on my list straight from my wrist. I mean really, how much more convenient can it get?

We're likely to see plenty more apps getting Android Wear support over the next few weeks, especially with a few more Android Wear smartwatches being announced at IFA this week, including the ASUS smartwatch, HTC and LG's G Watch R which they already announced.

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