When you look at how things shaped up ever since the Apple Watch was released, a countermove from Microsoft was expected, given the fact that the company has been a keen admirer of the wearable. A new job listing on Apple’s Careers section indicates towards possible roll-out of even more Android apps from the Cupertino giant.
Although primarily focused on notifications, the new apps will allow users to also do various interactions, such as replying to messages, adding new reminders and yes – translating on-the-fly from your watch, which could be rather convenient.
Jump over to the Verge website for a full review via the link below. You can also see unread emails and your next calendar appointment on the Glance screen. With the app’s most recent update, however, that has definitely revolutionized.
There are three main new features that Microsoft has baked into Outlook specifically for Apple Watch users.
Apple Watch has been quickly gaining the support of major iOS developers, as more and more top titles have been updated to work well with the best-selling smartwatch on the market.
Outlook’s notifications also show you more of the email’s text than those from Apple’s client. You can download those updates right now as well: Wunderlist for Apple Watch, Yammer for Apple Watch, and OneDrive for Android Wear.
Do let us know what products of Apple would you like to see in Android in the comments section below. You can reply to them directly from your wrist using Siri dictation, emoji, or canned responses. “PS: Psst, don’t have an Apple Watch?” CEO Satya Nadella has made developing productivity tools for a “mobile-first, cloud-first world” a priority during his tenure at the company, and these wearable apps are just one component of that plan. You can configure custom notifications for important messages.