If you were looking to change the look of your Galaxy Watch with WearOS, check out this app that offers some interesting watch faces.
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Customizing our Galaxy Watch has become essential. Perhaps this was one of the reasons why Samsung made the leap to Wear OS, as app support there is much broader than in its Tizen ecosystem. Let’s not deceive ourselves; Wear OS has the support of the Google Play Store, giving it tremendous visibility as the world’s largest app store.
Of course, standing out on Google Play is also more challenging, but that is another issue that developers will have to address. Some opt for applications compatible with both Android and Wear OS simultaneously, ensuring that extra visibility for users looking to personalize their watches.
An application developed in collaboration with Layton Diament
A few weeks ago, the folks at WatchFace-Designs contacted us, a development team that focuses mainly on apps for Watch Faces. They introduced us to Vanishing Hour, which is an attractive application for custom watch faces that offers some super-stylish designs.
We’ve tested it, and I must say I liked how it works and what it offers. I won’t take up too much of your time; I just want to invite you to try it out. The designs were created in collaboration with Layton Diament, ensuring coherence and a very appealing visual level.
Vanishing Hour is a Wear OS watch face produced in an official collaboration between Layton Diament and WatchFace-Designs. It features a centered view of the current time, which “vanishes” as the minute hand progresses. The concept is a bold and stylish hybrid of a digital and analog watch, serving as a subtle reminder of how quickly time passes.
Keep in mind that you’ll need a watch compatible with Wear OS 3 and above; lower versions are not supported.
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