Supported Wearable Devices
We currently support showing widgets from your connected Android smartphone (or tablet) on the following wearables.
The Wear platform is our main focus these days, with full support for all models, both Wear 1.x and 2.x.
Devices in this section are those for which we have developed Wearable Widgets support in the past, but are not currently working on, for a variety of reasons.
Samsung has stopped accepting updates to our Gear clients, so unfortunately we are unable to make any further improvements to our app on these watches.
These two early smartwatches from Sony were replaced by the SW3, running Android Wear, so we have migrated our Sony support to Wear also.
Our Glass interface is still functional, but we stopped active development when Google discontinued Glass as a consumer product in early 2015.
With just a few limitations (see below), we should be able to make Wearable Widgets work on virtually any full-featured wearable device. If you have a device that meets these criteria and you'd like to see it supported, please contact us and let us know!
Works with Android Phones
Since our entire platform is based around mirroring widgets from an Android phone to a wearable device, the two must talk to each other: the device must pair to an Android phone (or tablet). This means that we just can't work our magic on iPhone-based devices, nor on purely standalone smartwatches like the Omate TrueSmart.
Note: if you're the developer of a self-contained Android wearable (such as the TrueSmart), what we can do is partner with you to bring widgets (and developers) directly to your platform. Please refer to our Partner page for more information.
Obviously, in order to show widgets from your phone, the wearable needs to have a reasonable display. This certainly excludes most fitness-oriented activity trackers, but unfortunately, also leaves out devices (including Pebble and the Gear Fit) whose display is either too small or too color-limited for the vast majority of widgets to render acceptably.
We can only port Wearable Widgets to devices that have a full-featured, public Application Programming Interface (API). This excludes devices such as the Qualcomm TOQ and the original (pre-Tizen) Samsung Galaxy Gear.