Wear OS by Google - Smartwatch

Wear OS by Google - Smartwatch

By Google LLC

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-08-31
  • Current Version: 3.23.16
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 132.45 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 1.93564
From 2,486 Ratings


The Wear OS by Google app, previously Android Wear, syncs your smartwatch and phone so you can get more out of your watch. Get help from your Google Assistant, see important messages, track health and fitness, and more, all from your wrist: • GET HELP FROM YOUR GOOGLE ASSISTANT: Check the weather, start a run, set reminders, and more just by asking • TAKE YOUR HEALTH AND FITNESS FURTHER: Monitor your progress towards two activity goals that are proven to impact health • ROCK OUT WHILE YOU WORK OUT: Control your favorite music right from your wrist and stay motivated through the last mile • STAY CONNECTED AT A GLANCE: Check important notifications, texts, emails, and calls at a glance • GET MORE DONE: See your next meeting, add items to your grocery list, set reminders, pay on the go and more • EXPRESS YOURSELF: Wear OS by Google lets you be you with hundreds of styles—from fashion to fitness to fun and thousands of watch faces you can customize Learn more http://google.com/WearOS Supported features may vary across watches, phones, and countries. The Google Assistant is not available in certain countries and languages.



  • Good concept but faulty

    By horrified customer 123
    Right now my account is not syncing with the watch for some reason. And the watch is slow most of the time.
  • Does not work!!!

    By Knsmith3
    The watch disconnect daily and sometimes hourly. The setting don't save and I have to reload my watch face all the time. Plus, the batter life is weak. I have to charge it mid day if I decide to work out with the watch collecting my movement. I’ll try fossil’s app but if it's anything like this 🤯. Get an apple watch. Save you time, energy, and money because this watch does not work.
  • Underwhelming

    By AJRotger33
    I have a fossil watch running Google OS and it’s underwhelming. Nothing special and nothing easy about it... just there. Shame because there are a lot of good ideas but the execution is disappointing.
  • Top Tier Garbage

    By hsahahahhahsdahsd
    This application is awful, plain and simple. It is quite literally a waste of money to buy the smart watch if you have an iOS device, because this app does not work and you need the app to use the watch in any capacity. Developers obviously gave up on this app long ago but are still selling the watch as if it’s compatible with iOS - quite shameful and absolutely false advertising. Watch looks great and that’s all it’s good for, can’t even be used to tell time now that it’s been reset and cannot connect to the app! Don’t buy the watch, don’t use the app, wish I had seen the reviews before purchasing.
  • Latest update broke Bluetooth

    By picktown_GoTigers
    Latest update broke Bluetooth between my LG Urbane watch and my iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • App

    By malfjd
    Das ist perfekt
  • Actualización

    By wassk6
    Necesita una buena actualización para recibir y hacer llamadas
  • Completely useless with iPhones/iOS

    By LowBatteryWarning
    I replaced my FitBit with a Fossil smart watch, and WearOS + Google Fit have been absolute garbage. I should explain that I bought this watch because I love Fossil’s products, but before I even bought it I double-checked to be sure Wear OS would work with iPhones. It claimed that it does (this is a lie), so I felt comfortable with my purchase at the time. Since then, Wear OS and Google Fit have been nothing but a complete disappointment. Fit will not record steps either on my watch or my phone, even after doing a factory reset (this seems to be a common problem regardless of the platform if the Wear OS help forum is any indication). There are a ton of features in Wear OS that are Android-compatible only. I can’t get texts or calls on my watch. The moon phase and sunrise/sunset option don’t work unless it’s connected to a network, which is completely stupid since those are based on time and date, which are already in the watch to begin with. I would think they should maybe only have to sync once a week to keep accurate. Both Wear OS and Fit are aggravatingly limited in their functions: Fit is stupidly basic and doesn’t have things like nutrition or period tracking. Wear OS doesn’t give you any options to alter watch settings through the app, except to change the watch face, which you can also do on the watch, so really, why bother? Long story short, I have a really fancy watch that doesn’t work at all for any of the purposes I bought it for, but hey, it looks cool. I’m going back to my FitBit for health tracking. Google, fix your s**t. This is unacceptable.
  • Weakest Link

    By E-ron-E
    I have a good Fossil watch, Google Fit works well. Wear OS just can’t remain stable. It crashes when I start it. When I restart it, it freezes. On the watch, it drains the battery when I’m not active. Every now and again, it syncs my Fit sessions. It needs some love for the iOS platform. If it’s offered on iOS despite it being an Android product, the best effort should be made.
  • The Watch is nice, the app is not

    By Jaypedup
    I’m not sure if Android users have this issue, but I’m almost certain that the product’s compatibility with IPhones is a known issue. I’ve had this little watch for a little over a year now and it has been the biggest headache. The phone REFUSES to connect to the watch and vise versa. When my phone does connect, I’m stuck in an endless loop of the “Unable to reconnect” notification on my watch and “no connection” in the app. The “support” on the website is virtually useless and does not offer any good solutions. I’m thoroughly disappointed, which is unfortunate because I really love the watch, it’s style, and the abilities offered. I hope that the developers consider completely revamping the app. I wouldn’t be surprised if this became Fossil’s downfall in its heated competition with major brands like Samsung and Apple.