Sometimes the name really does say it all. Calendar for Android Wear is a simplistic calendar that people with Android Wear watches can strap to their wrists. It shows the date, keeps track of events, and comes in one of five colors. The app doesn't do much else, but in this case, that's attractive.

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The app's usefulness is limited out of the box, as users are restricted to a monthly view and must pay a single in-app purchase of roughly $2 to get access to the daily view with details. The watch can't show much on-screen at once, but there's enough space to pick up the event name, time, location, and notes at a glance. It's the kind of information that makes logical sense to stick on a wrist, especially for people in a hurry. Here's a link for anyone looking to check it out.

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • Gabriel Seixas

    Wear is everywear these days.

    • DarkKerrigor

      Don't use that pun too often, you'll wear it out.

      • Mlibbey

        You don't know that, wear do you get off

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  • jamaall

    What about round?

    • Gabriel Melo

      These apps for Wear being released right now are like that bizarre apps from old Android times... badly designed, lacking real user experience thought.

      Seems like for all environments, it will take some time until real good apps emerge for Android Wear (and TV, Car, and so on...).

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  • samuelmaskell

    Looks like they just too a standard android app and shoved it onto a tiny screen. That's exactly what I don't want. Google now calendar reminders seem much more appropriate for a watch. If I really need to look up future events, it's probably faster to just take out my phone.

  • Denis

    what is this? a calendar for ants? the calendar has to be at least...three times bigger than this.

    • Trent Callahan

      Some people have eyes that actually work.

    • nxtiak

      It works pretty nice actually, you tap on the date and a grid of buttons of dates near where you tapped pops up, then u tap that and the events show up.

    • Stephan Reich

      Zoolander... Nice

  • Britt Amtower

    APK? :-)

  • djrosko

    I'm very curious how these apps will work on the MOTO 360???

  • abobobilly

    Well it looks gorgeous, for one.

  • Kurama91

    Wear is already dominating , let's see how it goes till the end of the year. I hope we see at least one Flexible Smartwatch before the end of the year.

  • FrankJL

    Stupid just like the wear keyboards. Your Android wear is literally a today notification hub. Do we really need a stupid full blown calendar on the watch?

    I know some of you developers feel like it would be the second gold rush. But not one company have yet to differentiate the usage between a got damn watch and a phone. They Re literally trying to treat the watch like your phone.

    It is different and serves a different approach. Glance at something enjoy your day. Some of the devs are missing the point entirely

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