Live The Times Redefines How Wear OS Smartwatches Add Style to Wristwatches
January 8, 2020 – Leading App development company for Android-powered devices, Live The Times, is fast changing the way technology enhances fashion by giving people the power to customize their watches in a fascinating yet unique style. Leveraging the technology framework of Wear OS for Smartwatches, Live The Times, has a range of Apps with thousands of downloads in less than a year.
Wear OS watches have a unique advantage over Apple Watches with the broad customization that they offer. Live The Times works well with brands like Fossil, Movado, Michael Kors, Guess, Montblanc, Louis Vuitton and kate spade, and other premium brands in the market. Customizing the watch face of one of these brands adds an enriched look to the Smartwatch in general, bringing style to the forefront.
“Our watch faces provide style and functionality with an experience that is fun and designed to last. We have received 400,000 downloads and 10,000 youtube views in less than a year, and it is growing at a steady rate due to the impact our apps have on the smartwatch experience,” says Imtiaz Ahmed, founder of Live The Times.
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Live The Times has one of the most downloaded watch face Apps on Google Playstore with growing reviews from users. The customized Smartwatch apps tell the time on the Smartwatch with a look that depicts personal sense of style and appeals to a wide audience.
Bringing life to Smartwatches, Live The Times makes it easy to customize a watch. For example, color-coding a watch to match one’s surroundings or laptop. The customized watch faces are HD and have a luxurious feel.
About Live The Times
Live The Times Creates the best available smart phone applications for android powered devices. Available on Google Play, Live The Times has over the years had over 400,000 downloads and hundreds of awesome review reflecting their product quality and reliability. Times has been profiled on news networks such as MarketWatch, Bloomberg BusinessWeek.