If you’re planning to make your own Wear app then i can give you list of some great Android Wear library which you can use in 2018.
Welcome to 2018. Happy New Year To All Of You.
Android Wear is a version of Google’s Android operating system designed for smartwatches and other wearables.By pairing with mobile phones running Android version 4.3 or newer, or iOS version 8.2 or newer with limited support from Google’s pairing application, Android Wear integrates Google Assistant technology and mobile notifications into a smartwatch form factor. It also adds the ability to download applications from the Google Play Store.
Android Wear smartwatches let you track your fitness, glance at alerts & messages, and ask Google for help – right on your wrist.
List of Top 5 Android Wear Library In 2018
1Teleport – Data Sync & Messaging Library for Android Wear
TMH rating : 3.8/5
Teleport is a library to easily setup and manage Data Syncronization and Messaging on Android Wearables.
The library is thought for Android Studio.
You can see Teleport as an Android Wear “plugin” you can add to your Activities and Services.
Teleport provides you commodity classes to easily establish a communication between a mobile handheld device and an Android Wear device.
TeleportClientprovides you “endpoints” you can put inside your Activities, both in Mobile and Wear.
TeleportServiceis a full-fledged, already set-up ‘WearableListenerService’.
Both these classes incapsulates all the
GoogleApiClient setup required to establish a connection between Mobile and Wear.
TeleportService also provide you two
AsyncTask you can extend to easily perform operations with the synced DataItems and received Messages:
OnSyncDataItemTaskprovides you a complete
DataMapof synced data
OnGetMessageTaskprovides you access to a received Message
pathin form of
You just need to extend these tasks inside your Activity/Service and you’re good to go!
To Sync Data and send Messages, you can use commodity methods like
sync<ItemType>(String key, <ItemType> item)to Sync Data across devices
sendMessage(String path, byte payload)to send a Message to another device.
TMH rating : 3.1/5
WearMenu is an Android Wear Menu implementation.
Amazing Side Menu Animation Android Library
- Adding circle animation from touch position
- Enabling fill list from xml layout
- Adding preview for tools: package
- Adding custom colors for each list element
3BusWear – EventBus for Android Wear
TMH rating : 2.9/5
BusWear (?⌚️) is a simple library for EventBus to support Android Wear devices. Just adding one line of code lets you get synchronized event buses on Wear and mobile platform.
TMH rating : 2.7/5
DaVinci is an image downloading and caching library for Android Wear.
- Customize bitmap resizing (actually : width=300px)
- Enabling multiples transformations
- Apply transformations on Smartphone then send them to Wear
TMH rating : 1.0/5
An open source camera for google glass. This is a an alternative to the default camera on Glass. CuXtom Cam provides you the default behaviour along with some special feature..
- Use Swipe FORWARD and BACKWARD Gestures to perform Zoom In and Zoom out.
- During preview you can use TAP Gesture or Camera Button to take photo and end video recording.
- Take pictures, Record videos and save them in your own folder on Glass.
- There is no default 10 seconds video duration. Video can be recorded as long as the user wants. if user doesn’t specify then default video recording length is 1 hour.
Android Wear is a great technology in Android field and above we discuss some of Android Wear library with TMH ratings.
Note: Orange bar is TMH rating and Green bar is last commit activity on that library. Hope you enjoy this article and list is not ended here. If you have any library known on Android wear then share with us to enlist in this post.
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