Google’s recently launched Android Wear watch face is a big hit with the community.
In fact, over a million people have downloaded the Android Wear 2.0 beta, according to the company.
In addition to the new features, the device’s main selling point is that it’s compatible with many accessories, including shoes and belts, which means you can wear your Android Wear wristband in all sorts of ways.
But there are still some big questions about how Android Wear fits into the rest of your everyday life, like whether you can use the watch face in your pants pocket.
The answer to both questions is “no,” according to Rob Swenson, head of the Android wear team at Google.
“We don’t have any plans to support wearables on Android Wear devices,” Swenson told The Verge.
“The current Android Wear hardware doesn’t support these devices, and we’re working on a replacement for those devices.”
Android Wear’s current hardware, however, does support a handful of accessories that make for a nice, flexible alternative.
The first is the Apple Watch, which can also be worn in pants pockets.
The next is the Amazon Echo, which is actually a smart speaker and is compatible with Android Wear.
The third is the Samsung Gear Live, which you can buy on Amazon for around $60.
Swenson said that all of these accessories can work with Android’s new watch face, but that they’ll need to be updated with additional hardware.
“That’s why we’re trying to make sure that all the accessories we have support Android Wear in some way,” he said.
“But the main focus right now is making sure that we support everything.”
So how does Android Wear fit into the general wearables ecosystem?
Swenson has some good advice for those who want to upgrade from Android Wear 1.0 to Android Wear 3.0.
“If you are a regular user of Android Wear, you don’t need to worry about it,” he explained.
“It’s going to be available for you.
The reason for that is because we’re still supporting the OS as a developer, and the OS will always be supported.”
In addition, Google is currently shipping updates to the watch faces for Android Wear Wear 2, 3, and 4.
Google’s latest version of the watchface is a bit of a departure from the previous iterations.
The current watch face uses a slightly different font and icon, but the changes make the overall look a bit more “clean.”
That might be because it’s still trying to be something of a work in progress.
It looks a bit different than the previous versions of Android wear, too, and Google has been working on getting the design right.
The main thing that’s changed is that the icons are now bigger, with the lettering being slightly less obtrusive.
“You can see it’s a more unified look,” Swensen said.
That said, the new watch faces will still have a few differences from previous iterations of Android watch faces.
“There are a lot of small things, but we’re not going to have a huge number of small changes,” he added.
Android Wear users can choose between a variety of different watch faces, which Google has labeled the “classic,” “modern,” and “portrait.”
The classic watch faces are a mix of old and new faces.
Google calls them the “modern” watch faces because they look more modern than the old faces, but they’re still very similar.
The modern watches look a lot more like an Apple Watch face, and they feature more modern fonts, icons, and animations.
The portrait watches, meanwhile, look more like a Moto 360 watchface than an Android Wear face.
The new watches look similar to the Apple watch faces in terms of font, icons and animations, but there are a few subtle differences.
For example, the old watch faces use a black font on the upper-right corner of the display, and Android Wear uses a white font on both the top and bottom.
The old and modern watch faces have a very similar style, but Android Wear has more bold icons, more bold fonts, and a bold design language.
The ports are the only ones that differ from the older watches.
They use a more traditional look, and are a bit simpler than the other watches.
“Portrait watches are the ones we are most excited about,” Swennenson said.
He said that he expects more portrait watch faces to be coming to the Android watch app in the coming weeks.
“This is the next generation of Android, so we’re really excited to see what’s coming out of this.”
Swenson also said that Google has “no plans” to support accessories on Android wear devices.
“For those of us who are on the older Android Wear OS, we have to make it work on those devices, but those devices will be updated over time,” he continued.
“And we have a lot in the pipeline, including Android Wear accessories, so you’ll be seeing more of them in the future