The Android wear is finding a new market in the world of wearables. Getting itself with few apps will make it more successful in the Android market. Now, WhatsApp had received the update and has brought support for the Android wear devices like Samsung Gear Live and LG G watches. This update on WhatsApp on its beta version had now made it easy for the users to read the group and direct messages, dictate the voice reply, and see the stack notifications from Facebook owned messaging service on the Android wear devices. The full message will be clearly readable on your watch unlike the previous version.
Top Features of WhatsApp for Android Wear [Beta Version]
WhatsApp had been updated with many positives for Android wear devices like:
- The stacked notifications can be read directly from Facebook owned messaging service
- You can read the message in full view
- You can even dictate a voice reply
This WhatsApp v2.11.324 update is available on the official website for download, but had not been made available for download on Google Play till yet. Some reports also suggest that the implementations on updated version are little buggy, that’s why hadn’t be released on Google Play.
What’s New in WhatsApp Beta Update for Android Wear
The users can now easily see both group and direct messages on full screen of their Android Wear with the name of sender. The earlier truncated look had been removed off.
Stacked WhatsApp Notification
These stacked WhatsApp notifications had been noted in new update that will allow the users to interact with different notifications in real time. The users will also be able to dictate voice reply with a swipe.
The Truecaller Support for the Android Wear devices was already released last month and now WhatsApp had found its way on the Android Wear and also Facebook Messenger get the support for the Android Wear in the latest update.
The update will probably hit Google\’s servers soon, but if you can\’t wait you can grab the official download right here.
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