Android Wear

Android Wear

By Google, Inc.

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-08-31
  • Current Version: 2.10
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 133.75 MB
  • Developer: Google, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
Score: 2
From 1,622 Ratings


Download this app to connect your Android Wear smartwatch with your iPhone. Android Wear watches let you: • Choose from hundreds of watch faces to express your style. Personalize watch faces with the info that matters to you: your steps, schedule, stocks, or more. • Check important info like who's calling, SMS and messages, and alerts from your favorite apps. • Get built-in fitness tracking. Track your steps and distance while you walk, run, or ride and get coaching for strength training. • Android Wear watches have the Google Assistant* built-in. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It's your own personal Google. Say "Ok Google" or hold the power button to get help from your Assistant. • Choose a watch from brands like Michael Kors, Fossil, TAG Heuer, Huawei, ASUS, and Nixon. Watches that support iOS include: ASUS ZenWatch 2, ASUS ZenWatch 3, Casio Smart Outdoor, Huawei Watch, Fossil Q Founder, Fossil Q Wander, Fossil Q Marshal, LG Watch Urbane, LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition, LG Watch Style and Sport, Michael Kors Access smartwatches, Moto 360 (2nd Gen), Moto 360 for Women, Moto 360 Sport, Polar M600, and TAG Heuer Connected. *Google Assistant is not available in all languages. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • Love this app

    By Travel agent Jay
    I use this app for my Michael Kors smart watch ! I love it! I have learned to not just read reviews and make my decision but to go by my own instinct!
  • Can’t connect

    By The gaming kid212
    I try and try but I can’t connect my watch to the app
  • Worst app ever

    By clv892
    Cannot connect to my watch and is completely useless with the iPhone X. Worked with the iPhone 7 but the connectivity was sporadic and would randomly disconnect.
  • App is useless

    By BeastyAF
    I have the Fossil Q Founder. For the 1st couple of days the App/ Watch worked fine with the iOS system but now they don’t even pair with each other. I’ve tried all the resets on both the phone and the watch and now all that i have is a watch that doesn’t even tell time. I guess it’s now just an over priced map light.
  • Keeps disconnecting, no google support

    By Superdave126
    I've had this watch on Android and I know that Apple is a closed ecosystem, but this app really needs work. The watch keeps disconnecting even if the app is left open in the background. There's no support for Inbox by Google, or any google app excluding Gmail. It doesn't even sync google fit data to Apple health kit. You can’t even sign into your google account with 2FA on the watch, you have to take your phone out to tap “yes” so you can login to a pc. What’s the purpose of these watches?
  • Connected ONCE... then NEVER AGAIN!!! Was nice while it lasted!!!

    By Mamawmargo
    It connected once when I received it, then it lost it’s connection... have not been able to connect since!
  • Update to link two clocks

    By Guerreroxx
    update android wear to allow pairing of two watches on ios iphone
  • Activity tracker info not saved anywhere

    By Leannnnn
    I like that my Fossil watch tracks my steps, but once midnight hits, I can never see those steps again. Why does this app not display activity tracking and history? I can change my watch face on my phone, so this app is pretty much useless.
  • Useless

    By Kishora.ys
    It can’t hold the connection. Every few seconds it disconnects. Google should not release app like this if they can’t support iPhone. Better not to support iPhone instead of giving bad experience to Apple users.
  • Useless

    By rlhamp13
    This app is absolutely useless. The only reason to have it is to connect the watch and the phone. Apart from that, there is nothing of value in this app. There should be a way to control virtually everything that happens on the watch from the app. I ought to be able to customize the settings, the placement of apps, and the watch face directly from the app. Especially considering that the connectivity between iPhone and Android watch is sketchy as it is. For example, I use many different WiFi sources on a weekly basis and each require log in credentials, but I have not been able to set any of those up on my watch because it won’t let me “continue on phone.” There should be a way to access the google play store to download apps and such onto the watch via the android wear app. But since the app is lacking all of these things, it just leaves me feeling gipped of $250. All because Apple and android can’t get over themselves and realize that their feud is merely based on opinion.