11 January 2019
Kickstarter funded smartwatch named Ticwatch 2 by a Chinese company Mobvoi, which is owned by Google the search engine giant, to some extent.
As the new tech was launched, there have been many misconception as to which apps it would be powering with and to what extent. In a recent clarification statement by the company, they believe it was a miscommunication and they should have talked about that in the start of their Kickstarter campaign.
The reason behind this the company gave was that they are still testing the apps on their platform as they slowly and gradually get into the global environment. The kickstarter project aims to get attention from more developers who would expand the app base for the watch, though currently there are few stock apps that come pre installed with the watch.
Most of those apps are what the average person uses all the time, so there is less to worry about. As the watch supports apps from both Android and iOS platform, there are some pretty good ones from both the side.
You’ll be getting apps like phone dialer, calendar, health app that supports steps and heart rate monitoring. Followed by weather, stop watch, recorder, alarm, find my phone app from iOS.
This is no where the final list of apps the watch will be getting as the more developers would be coming to the platform. While the company is also building more tools and apps in house to fuel up Ticwatch 2, fast.