While fitness trackers are a relative novelty, they’ve already been raging the market for quite some time. During the last 5 years of their popularity, there’s never been one single global examination of all of the top models’ accuracy. We, as the biggest smart gadgets retailer, want to fix that mishap and review the biggest brands of smart fitness wearable trackers in a listicle. Starting with being the most popular wearable gadget, topping even the…
Theoretically, all Android Wear devices are made equal, but that’s not the case anymore.
New architecture updates from Google are highlighting differences under-the-hood and now there’s actually a vast abyss in a range of functional and technical features if different watches by different brands get compared. Reading a side by side best Android Wear smartwatches review will be probably the only option left to untangle all the mystery.
Still, the long-established, and almost pioneering Pebble brand incidentally has its very own mobile OS.
That OS luckily can communicate with apps on either Android or iOS, giving it a huge potential market, and the same goes for the Vector Luna, Olio, CoWatch and a good number of upcoming smartwatches. If you’re the kind of person that doesn’t want to be tied to iOS or Android forever, then buying a “non-canonic, agnostic” device could be your option.
What apps can it run?
Though in a majority of situations a smartwatch runs intact with your smartphone, they still have app stores which enable you to add to the default features of the watch – just like a smartphone.
Apple’s the leader here and it currently has over 8,500 compatible apps in its store at the last count (you can expect this number to adjust considerably over time).