Put An Ewok on Your Wrist with the Ewok Watch Face

Android Wear added in support for native watch faces about a year or so ago, and we've seen some pretty creative watch faces come out, as well as a few apps that allow you to create your own customized watch faces. Because who doesn't like to customize their watch face? So what about putting an Ewok on your wrist and seeing one every time you look at your wrist for the time? That's exactly what Ewok Watch Face is, and it's available for Android Wear. It works with all Android Wear devices, that includes the LG G Watch, LG G Watch R, LG Watch Urbane, Moto 360, Moto 360 Second Generation, Moto 360 Sport, Huawei Watch, Samsung Gear Live, ASUS Zenwatch, ASUS Zenwatch 2, Sony Smartwatch 3, the Fossil Q Founder and the TAG Heuer Connected, to name a few.

The developer says that there are six watch faces here that are designed and animated with a single tap. So you're not stuck with just one watch face with an Ewok, thankfully. These designs automatically change throughout the day, and are customizable through the watch as well as the Android Wear Companion app on your smartphone. Unlike some other watch faces, this one doesn't require another app to be installed so that you can actually use the watch face or activate it on your wrist.

To get started, you just need to download the watch face, then jump into the Android Wear companion app and go into the watch faces section and choose your shiny new Ewok watch face. It may take a few minutes for it to appear in the Android Wear app. But once it does, just tap on it and then you'll see a gear icon for the settings. Tap on that and you'll be taken to the settings for the Ewok watch face, and you'll be able to adjust the settings to your liking.

Right now, the Ewok Watch Face is available for free on the Google Play Store, additionally there are no in-app purchases at all. So this is a completely free watch face. Additionally it's supposed on Android 4.0.3 and higher.


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