You end up spending around 10-20 seconds to launch the app and read some tweets when you can easily pull up the phone in that time. Then you probably end up spending a minute just reading tweets.
Instagram on a watch is also quite bad, why would you want to look at photos on a tiny screen.
I just don't see to these apps that tries to bring the phone experience to the watch. It is stupid!
What twitter for example should do is if someone who you are following shared a tweet in a location that you are in, send an notification or an alert to the user to allow the user to read it as it could be something of interest to that user.
Same with instagram, if someone has a photo and shared it in your location then ping you and maybe it might be something that the end user wearing the watch may want to go and look and explore.
Watch apps should be for quick interaction to inform you, not something that you eyes are glued too.. and the way these apps are being designed they are completely missing the point.
Note: I am an Android Wear user so I have worn this tech before.
Hello ... Seriously not even Apple !!!
Hmmm would say its not as many Tim Cook Hoped .. if it was he Would be bragging .
Samsung had preorders of 20 million S6 and Edge 2 weeks prior to launch .
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