Excited about the Apple Watch? Let the new commercial get you even more hyped up. You may also be glad to know Moto Maker is now selling smart watches and Google Calendar has reached the iPhone.
The Apple Watch has been unveiled in all its glory. Now it’s only a matter of time before these nifty wearable reaches stores, but Apple doesn’t plan to leave you empty handed until then. You can be sure there will be more than enough advertising all around you in a matter of days.
The first TV commercial has been revealed and it is looking pretty cool. It’s a whole minute of Apple showing you the Watch’s features without words.
Opinion: I have to say I like this commercial. It’s informative enough to give you a good idea of how the watch will work, but it’s vague enough to make some curiosity grow in your geeky little heart.
More than being a store front, Moto Maker has become the home of Motorola’s device customization. You can go in there and make your device truly yours, so it was only a matter of time before Motorola’s most personable device made it there.
Motorola has introduced the Moto 360 to Moto Maker, allowing you to make your smart watch truly yours. You can customize the frame and watch bands as you wish. Just as a reminder, the Moto 360 starts at $249.99, a price that can easily go up as you add better quality parts. Go give it a try.
Opinion: The Moto 360 is still recognized as one of the coolest looking smart watches, even if it can be a bit bulky. It was the first to show us Android Wear could look like a regular smart watch, and we will always remember it for that.
It doesn’t matter what OS you are using, many of us are so invested in Google’s ecosystem that it’s annoying to have to find workarounds to access its services. We want every Google app to be at every app store, and today Google is Bringing its Calendar app to the Apple App Store.
It’s time for iPhone users to celebrate, as this redesigned Calendar application is a beauty to work with. It takes cues from Material design and blends them very well into the iOS interface. Got an iPhone? Go download the Google Calendar app right now!
Opinion: I don’t know about you guys, but I prefer sticking with official apps if I can. It’s usually a much more seamless experience. Are any of you heavy Google Calendar users?