- Wear OS 4 will also bring support for Material You, among other things
- Thanks to it, we will see unified system colors
At its I/O conference, Google partially revealed the new Wear OS 4 system, which will eventually appear on a large number of watches, whether we are talking about the Pixel Watch, Galaxy Watch, Fossil watch or TicWatch. One of the main innovations is support for the Material You design language, and 9to5google has now obtained the first screenshots and information related to it.
This function will allow your smart watch color coordinated with the current dial. The principle is therefore the same as on phones, where the system colors adapt to the currently selected wallpaper. As already said in the introduction, Google shared only a few news items, as needed the transition from Android 11 to Android 13, text-to-speech or improvements in battery life, but perhaps also a new watch face format that should make it easier for developers to create.
Material You will likely play a big role in Wear OS 4. As you can see in the screenshots, the colors match the watch face in, for example, quick settings, but changes can also be seen in Google Play or classic Settings. Dynamic colors not only harmonize our phone, but also our smart watch, so that everything plays together.
Does Material You in a watch make sense to you?
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