Keep a watch on your phone: Android Wear watch to help users find a lost phone

Keep a watch on your phone: Android Wear watch to help users find a lost phoneAndroid Device Manager, launched in 2013 to help users locate and secure their Android devices, now comes to Android Wear.
“Misplaced your Android phon
e? No problem! Android Wear connects your phone to your wrist, and together with Android Device Manager, you can make sure it stays that way,” Google says in the official Android blog.
To start using the new feature, Android Wear usershave to simply say ‘Ok, Google. Start. Find my phone’. They can also select the ‘Find my phone’ option from the Start menu. The phone will then ring at full volume, helping you find your device.
Moreover, you don’t need to update the device in order to enable the new feature It will start rolling out to all Android Wear devices over the next few weeks.
Google has been sprucing up the Android Wear experience further, ever since Apple announced its highly anticipated Watch lately. Just ahead of the Apple Watch launch, Google released its new ad. According to a report by TheVerge, Google also plans to enable Wi-Fi and gestures with its next Android Wear update. Among the long list of features showcased for the Apple Watch, one of the highlights is support for Bluetooth as well as Wi-Fi.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Apple Watch. Though India is not among the list of countries to get the Watch next month, it is likely to launch here by June-July for a price over Rs 30,000.

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