Wear OS Galaxy Watch users can now manage their schedules on their wrists


Google is actively working towards enhancing its WearOS ecosystem. Recently,  the company released its latest Wear OS 4 operating system, which includes several new changes for smartwatches. It introduces many new additions under different built-in functions such as tiles, watch faces, splash screens, and many more. Along with this, Google has also gradually introduced its important stock applications, like earlier when it introduced the Gmail application, and now it has released the Google Calendar application.

Google Calendar app finally arrives on Wear OS Galaxy Watches

The Calendar application for smartwatches will give you more new functionalities that help in managing events according to particular data or time. With the application, users will be able to view the schedule. Along with this, you can do a lot more things, like take information about events like location, notes, notifications, and what calendar something is saved to, and also be able to adjust whether you’re attending.

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To bring convenience Google Calendar adds two new WearOS tiles for “Next event” and “Next tasks,” which show two upcoming entries. ‘More’ just opens the full app. Additionally, there is one more calendar complication, “Next event,” while other existing date complications will ask whether you want to open the Google Calendar or the Agenda app going forward.

For your information, the Agenda app was previously available for WearOS watches, which were introduced last year in November with WearOS 3.5. It also brings some features to manage events, but it has limitations. Therefore,  Google has released the Calendar application for smartwatches.

Users who own smart watches powered by WearOS can now easily install the Google Calendar application through the Google Play Store. Be aware of fake applications, and to ensure that you are installing the official application, check the developer name, which should be Google LLC.

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