#Ticwatch E3

Mobvoi TicWatch E3 review

The TicWatch E3 has the future promise of Wear OS 3, along with some impressive fitness tracking capabilities but it has its flaws in terms of design and user experience. The TicWatch E3 from Mobvoi is a competitively priced smartwatch that combines a classic Wear OS experience with fitness tracker abilities, including exercise logs, heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking. It is also one of the select devices set to receive Wear OS 3 in 2022.
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TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra Review: Anotha One

We may earn a commission when you click links to retailers and purchase goods. The world of Wear OS is in such an awkward state, all because of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 and the fact that it’s the only watch line allowed to run Wear OS 3. Google gave Samsung an exclusive on it (at least we’re going with that until they say otherwise), which means that all other watchmakers who want to release watches over the next year can only do so with the older Wear OS 2.
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Mobvoi TicWatch E3 review: All dressed up with nowhere to go

Thanks to Samsung's Galaxy Watch4 and the long-awaited Wear 3.0 update, there's no denying that there's a reinvigorated interest in the platform. Not that you’d know from using the TicWatch E3. The E3's biggest issue is the inopportune release timing—this watch is the definition of a mixed bag with Wear OS still in flux. The good news: this smartwatch offers the latest Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset, which should guarantee solid performance for years to come. The bad news: Wear OS 2.3.
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YouTube Music Wear OS app now supports older smartwatches

Google revealed last month that it will eventually bring some of its apps reserved for Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 to other smartwatches. One of these apps, YouTube Music has finally made its debut on Wear OS 2 smartwatches powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipsets. Initially added to a range...

YouTube Music finally lands on all Wear OS devices

The arrival of the excellent series of Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatches – here the video with our review on Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 (Classic) – has brought to light Wear OS 3, the new operating system for wearable born from the collaboration between Google and Samsung, and also exclusive support for the YouTube Music application.

​Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 gets web browser – don’t ask us why

The Galaxy Watch 4 may have an impressive 1.4-inch, 450 x 450 Super AMOLED display – and that can now be put to use viewing the web. A browser was available on Tizen-based Samsung smartwatches – so it’s another feature that’s made it over to the new-look Wear OS device.
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Mobvoi Launches Ticwatch Pro X With Wear 4100, Dual Display

Mobvoi, the Chinese consumer electronics company known for its Ticwatch-branded Wear OS smartwatches, has launched its latest model, the TicWatch Pro X. Exclusive to the domestic market, at least for the time being, this watch shares a lot of similarities with the TicWatch Pro 3 that launched globally last year. It’s unclear if the company plans to bring it to markets outside China in the future.

ticwatch e3 load standard Android OS 8.1 or greater

I have the Ticwatch E3. I would like to install a standard Android OS rather than wear-os on this device. Is it possible and where would I start? I'm new to such endevours so more detailed information would be better than brevity. Thanks ahead of time, fyi this is for...

The YouTube Music app is finally rolling out to selected Wear OS 2 smartwatches

Having killed off the Google Play Music app, Google left its YouTube Music subscribers in limbo thanks to the absence of the app on Wear OS, which was made worse by the search giant making it available on the Apple Watch first. Previously exclusive in the Android world to Samsung’s recently launched Galaxy Watch 4 series of Wear OS 3 smartwatches, Google has finally begun making the YouTube Music app available to a small group of Wear OS 2 watches.

YouTube Music is Ready for Your Old Wear OS Watch

We may earn a commission when you click links to retailers and purchase goods. Google said earlier in the week that the rollout of YouTube Music to select Wear OS 2 watches would begin shortly and they weren’t messing around. Today, YouTube Music is indeed available to a couple of Mobvoi watches, as well as the Fossil Gen 6.

YouTube Music app coming to Wear OS 2 watches

Along with debuting Put on OS 3, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 was the primary wearable to have a client for Google’s streaming service. The YouTube Music app is now coming to Put on OS 2 watches. Replace 9/28: YouTube Music is now accessible on the latest Snapdragon Put on...

YouTube Music App Rolling Out To Older Wear OS Watches This Week

San Francisco: YouTube Music app is finally arriving for older smartwatches that run on the Wear OS 2 software. According to The Verge, the app will be available this week for Fossil and Michael Kors’ Gen 6 lineup of smartwatches, as well as Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 3 GPS, TicWatch Pro 3 Cellular / LTE, and TicWatch E3. More Wear OS 2 smartwatches are getting the app later this year.