Category Archives: smart Watches

Martian Notifier vs Pebble Pebble smartwatch comparison

Many manufacturers have released new wearable smartwatches to enter the market, so you can easily get notifications, calendar events, alerting us of new emails and social media messages. The Martian Notifier doesn’t look like a standard device, but comes with clock face, as well as the Pebble E-Paper Watch has a simple charm uncommon. Both of them are functional, simple, stylish and affordable and let’s have a look at their comparison. Continue reading

Microsoft Band vs Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity Wristband comparison

To beat the Apple Watch on the market, Microsoft releases the already-crowded fitness tracker space with Microsoft Band powered by Microsoft Health. This is a full-color touchscreen bracelet and many people are much more interesting such product. On other hand, Fitbit also showed off their three new activity trackers – the Charge, Charge HR, and Surge model. Continue reading

LG G W100 Best Android Wear-powered LG smart Watch review

Android Wear is a stripped-down version of the Android operating system. LG recently unveiled an Android-powered timepiece – all-metal G smart Watch model number LG-W100 with the ability to connect to your smartphone and make calls or display emails, check notifications. It is more of a traditional watch while the LG-W015L is the full-blown smart version. Continue reading

Pebble Steel vs Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch Comparison

Pebble Steel is Pebble’s second smartwatch with new metal and leather clothes and wearable tech, as well as the Samsung Gear 2 is a premium clever-clock of Android Wear powered devices. Two accessories are announce in 2014 on the market, but you might would like ask which is the best or top one for you. Let’s compare with them. Continue reading

How to Receive Email/Facebook App Notifications on Samsung Gear 2

The Samsung Gear 2 Smart Watch is Samsung-only device compatibility with a few apps supported. By default it only displays message and call notifications from your phone on the small screen. If you want to extend the feature to receive the notifications of third-party apps such as Facebook, Email, Android Wear on your watch, here is the step by step tutorial for that. Continue reading

How to install/uninstall Apps on Samsung Gear 2 or Gear 2 Neo Smartwatch

The Samsung Gear 2 or Gear 2 Neo Smartwatch has limited storage for putting a few apps onto the device, and is only compatible with a handful of Samsung branded smartphones. If you need to free up or reserve the space, the good way is to remove the unnecessary apps like Easily Do. Here is the tutorial for that and it requires to be done on your paired phone. Continue reading

Motorola Moto 360 vs. LG G Watch vs. Samsung Gear Live Android Wear comparison

As the first Google Android Wear gadgets, the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live may look similar and don’t have a traditional watch strap, but there are really some meaningful differences between them. The smartwatch Moto 360 by Motorola is a third option because it is expensive. Let’s compare those Android Wear devices by hardwares and features. Continue reading

How to hard reset LG G Watch to factory settings

The respectable Android Wear-powered LG G Watch is cheaper than the Apple Watch and gives users better expensive. However, if you broke its system to be running slower than normal, unresponsive, or has an app that is not working properly, the easy way is to erases all of your data (like purchased apps from your accounts) and reset its settings back to factory setting and start from scratch. A soft reset is to do a reboot and this is hard reset and it really helps you fix many issues, even if you want to sell your device. Continue reading