They Look So Some of The New Features of Android Wear 5.1

In the middle of last month we did echo some of the nthe new Android Wear 5.1 ovedades, among which highlighted the implementation of connections via WiFi to emancipate slightly from the smartphone or applications always lit, and whose mobile application now also allowed to match several clocks with our Android device.

But these were the functions of the new version of Android Wear nor is the same that enumerate them for you and who can see them for yourselves, reason why our neighbors of Android Police have published a series of screenshots in which some of these new features we show, and we we have to teach them.

Notification when an application is installed

Either because the application is long or because we have requested your installation through the web, we can not always be waiting to check an app is installed correctly on your mobile phone. This new version of Android Wear now will avoid having to keep track of the mobile for this letting us know of when an app downloaded and installed is.

Discard an application cards individually

If you are of those who for some reason like to read emails from your wrist different cards that show us a single application you will see especially useful to now they can be discarded on an individual basis. It is not a feature that we going to solve the life, but it can make it to some a little easier.

WiFi settings

Without a doubt, one of the novelties with further controversy because of the limited number of watches that it will be able to take advantage of has been able connect to WiFi networks so that thus our smartwatch can emancipate itself somewhat from our mobile, although at all times clock you will need to be communicating with it via bluetooth, so independence is not complete.

In this video we see Android Wear configuration panel, so we can take a look at the options that this new functionality Wi-Fi brings under the arm, such as the automatic connection or an advanced mode where you can view the IP addresses and MAC on the network, or an energy-saving mode.