Have to say it, this isn't an indication of it coming to Android Wear. I'll break it down piece by piece.
>* Android app contains a whole new pokemongoplus project referencing Pokemon GO implementation on Android Wear
Pokemon Go Plus is Niantic/The Pokemon Companies custom Bluetooth wearable. Source (pokemongo.com)
>* The code implementation is marked as complete and release ready
That means absolutely nothing...
>* Android Watch will also use Bluetooth to communicate with your Android Smartphone
* The communication between the smartphone app and your Android watch is encrypted (AES)
* Pokemon GO Plus works in the background – it is not required to keep the smartphone app opened while playing on the watch
Again, all of that means nothing since this is for the Pokemon Go Plus Wearable device.
>* A variety of Android Wear devices smart watches are supported – the code scans for watch characteristics and adapts accordingly
This scans for generic bluetooth devices and figures out their characteristics (step counter, etc). This would detect a capability of the Pokemon Go Wearable and allow only that device.
>Some Android Wear devices work with iOS also. The data mined implementation suggest you’ll be able to use an Android smartwatch and pair it with iOS
Absolutely baseless claim from the article.
Further down in the article they also state
>And yes, you read the code correctly – Niantic’s Pokemon GO Plus framework is called ble!
They have literally zero clue what they are talking about. BLE is a industry standard term for Bluetooth Low Energy, which is what the Pokemon Go Plus device connects using.
TL;DR: Nothing in there is an indication of it coming to Android Wear.
Pujie Black. I spent a lot of time getting it looking just like I wanted and, while I like trying out new faces, it's my go-to.
So I spent my entire summer learning how to program Android apps. It took me a solid 3 months to get a good understanding of Java and become a semi-decent programmer (shout out to programmingbydoing.com), and then I spent my remaining time forcing myself to read huge Android programming books so I could finally start bringing my ideas to life.
I spent 2 weeks straight coding for 4-6 hours a day working on a basic alarm app for my phone, but after a while I decided to scrap the project because a) the code was very, very messy and b) I was unhappy with the design. I'm eventually going to start from scratch on the alarm project, because I think I can do it much better the second time. For now, though, I've decided to start working on android wear! It took me a long while to wrap my head around the android wear API, and it took me a whole lot longer to start implementing my own watch face.
Well, after all that effort, I've finally completed my very first basic app - a watch face with a count down timer! Designing the watch face and having it tell the time was actually the easy part - it only took me a few hours to get that to work. The hard parts were implementing the handheld companion app, adding the count down feature, and giving the ability to customize colors.
Even if it's not the best watch face out there, it's now going to be my daily driver, because I made it!
If anyone has any questions about android dev or android wear dev, feel free to ask me! I'm happy to share my knowledge.
Here's the link if anyone wants to support: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cdapplications.until&hl=en
Could you please test Bubble Cloud Launcher on it?
Dev here with no access to the Huawei Watch.
PS I can give you complimentary Premium upgrade if you pm your google account email address.
For the recording: Get a watch with multiple buttons, the main button will not be programmable, but the others will be.
Get Wear Audio Recorder from the App store. Link one of the buttons to the Audio Recorder. You can select AutoStart on the phone, so when you press the button on your watch recording commences immediately. When you press the button, the mic will show on your screen, so it's not super subtle. However if you press the main (non programmable button) once the recording has started, your watch face will be shown while the recording is proceeding.
The app will sync to the phone at the end of the recording. From the phone you can sync to Google Drive or Dropbox with one tap in the app.
For selection of a watch I recommend that you check out this list where all current watches and their features are listed. You can sort by feature. New watches with better better battery life are being launched, starting in October so you may keep your eyes open for that.
These current watches look like they fulfil your waterproof criteria:
There are others, but they will be bulkier.
This guy spams his watchface to this sub about once a month, it is a paid app which drains the battery on both your phone and your watch at incredible rates. If you want a much better alternative try Bits which works far better and is completely free.
Got the chance to visit the White House Press Room! Very cool.
Watchface by USTWO
Zebrawood watchband by Ottm.
I actually followed a few guides myself, that's how I got my toes dipped in it. Just know that you will need both Tasker, AutoWear, and AutoVoice (for some situations)
My Beloved Skullfuck, I have enclosed some reading that really helped me wrap my mind around this whole Tasker business, and I very much hope it will do the same for you!
AutoWear Guide Page
https://joaoapps.com/autowear/ //I used this page to muck around with the basics of AutoWear, you can do some really neat junk without dredging through code right out of the box!
I then used the main Tasker app to hook the Wol Wake on Lan Wan app (found here on the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.benfinnigan.wol)
This allowed me to then use some tinkering with the 'Voice Command Tutorial' and '"Ok Google" Integration Tutorial' to set up a custom voice command that then appropriates a trigger function to the Tasker 'Wake On Lan' task I had set up earlier!
EDIT: (1) word
Krona Sunlight hasn't left my wrist in months. It's beautiful, modern, and actually does something only a smartwatch can do, unlike all the analog face remakes.
Ranger / Skymaster Pilot, both by the same dev.
They are both pretty highly customisable, have secondary time and dual/watch-only battery, as well as the usual day/date and weather complications.
The Ranger even has a cool "night mode" which turns the hands and dials into a neon-colour, to mimic a traditional watch glow, which can be turned on/off with a tap, at a specific time, and can even use the sunrise/sunset information from your timezone to do it automatically.
You can use the applet id 57612152d to use mine or you can make your own:
Download the IFTTT app.
Open it and register.
Tap the "+" in the upper right corner to make a new applet
Tap "+ this" and select reddit
Select "New hot post in subreddit" and enter "uplifting news" (The title of my post is actually wrong, it should say "hot" instead of "top")
Tap "+ that" and select "Android Wear"
Select "Send notification"
Make it appear the way you want. I entered "Good news, everyone!" before the [Title] placeholder and removed the content of the "image URL" field
Enjoy some positive news throughout the day
The calculator app by Xlythe has the same design as the Google one, but more features. It had a calculator for android wear for quite some time as well.
They already did, and it was almost four years ago. What you're looking for is the Spotlight watchface. It's my favorite one, and I've been using it since the original LG G Watch. You can find it here:
Oops sorry, here's the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.odbol.fountainoftime.wear
Would love to hear your thoughts! If you want a promo code let me know.
EDIT: wow thanks so much for the interest! All out of promo codes for now, but the watchface is only $1 if you like it. Thanks!
I use the shortcuts from Pujie Black, which is also a watch face customiser on its own.
Used to use Wear Mini Launcher prior to discovering Pujie Black
LookBehind. Lets you use your phone as a remote camera to look in tight/dark places. Really the most practical thing I've seen for Wear to date.
You can still install the old version from apkmirror (subsidy of Android Police, completely safe):
For blatantly copying art - I'm not surprised that these companies are suing. And, c'mon! A smartwatch is a blank canvas with virtually unlimited possibilities. Why rehash some static, old watchface when you can create something new and dynamic? Push the envelope, FFS!
Don't forget, In 2012, Apple paid $21M to the Swiss Federal Railway service, for ripping off their clock face for iOS 6.
For the past 3 months i was working together with the reddit community to translate the word clock watch face into as many languages as possible. We made some great success, but there are still so many languages that are missing. So if you guys would like to help please contact me :)
There are 3D printed solutions available, two iterations that I've made and one that I just discovered.
If you can't print one yourself, I could do it for you. I'm doing a test print of the new one now, it looks like it would easily fit in an envelope. I can do it for the cost of shipping and plastic, should be $1-2 total depending on your location. I only have orange plastic at the moment, but if you really wanted another color, we could work it out.
There are watchfaces. I personally use marine commander, set to 1h, but you can set it up more frequently if you want
I use Progression which has an Android Wear companion app.
I have a Huawei Watch and a Moto 360 Sport. Beware that the Huawei Watch has polished surfaces and definitely gets scratched in the gym. Some scratches will buff out with Cape Cod metal polishing cloths. If you don't care for GPS, go for the Huawei!
I keep coming back to the Skymaster Pilot watch face.
I love the functionality of some of the other faces around, but I come back to Skymster because I like the way it looks.
With wear browser ($3) you can use open wifi networks that use captive portals. Those are networks that don't require a network password, but you must agree to TOS in a browser before using the connection.
The hitch is that there seems to be more than one method of confirming the agreement. In the process of my phone connecting to Chick-fil-a's network, the browser was automatically launched to the acceptance page, and nothing else could be done on the connection until I clicked accept. To use my watch on this network, I had to first connect with my phone. Then I could disconnect bluetooth, choose the network with my watch, and immediately launch wear browser to accept the TOS. I suspect/hope that any follow-up visits to chick-fil-a won't require the phone (until the inevitable time comes to need a factory reset of the watch).
McDonald's network didn't require the phone at all. I could simply choose the at&t network, then launch the browser to accept.
IMO the $3 for the browser is much preferable to this free method.
I am by no means a network expert, and your mileage may vary.
I still haven't found one that I like better than "Dials", which comes with the Moto 360. However, of the one's I've downloaded I like Bits and Chronos
I felt the exact same way after a very similar experience buying all the major players after I bought the Moto Sport 360 earlier this year... I finally found a watch face I really like, but am still confused as to why it seems so hard to find decent ones - you might find my full writeup useful from a post a few weeks back here: https://www.reddit.com/r/AndroidWear/comments/73a53g/show_us_your_watch_face_brother/dnpa91k/
TL;DR ustwo's free Looks Android Wear Watch Faces is great, (and free?!?) especially after a few non-obvious-to-me tweaks
This is probably the closes you're going to find
You'll have to get Watchmaker I believe to apply it...
I recommend Authenticator Plus. It works with multiple services and the wear functionality is rock solid. Google Play Link
Found one in white on Amazon.
They seem to go by different names and might be off the market now. I wouldn't trust off-brand smart watches as the quality may not be that great. One name I kept seeing was Elftear and another Kingwear KW88.
Edit: Found another, LEMFO KW88 3G Smartwatch.
Normally that should be able with every WearOS smartwatch. Only problem is what music you want to listen to. You cant download Spotify playlists. If you want to listen to music with only your watch and headphones you need to store the mp3's locally onto the watch.
I used that to transfer the music from my phone storage onto the watch and this to play them
A recurring question here on /r/androidwear if there is any way to prevent the horizontal swipe gestures from switching watch faces in Android Wear 2.0. I found a way that overrides the left-to-right gesture completely and the right-to-left partially. This, combined with the screen lock functionality of my watch face should completely eliminate this annoyance with the new UI.
As shown in the video, your left-to-right swipes will take you to the app drawer even if you start on the ambient screen, and even if you don't start the swipe at the very edge of the screen.
Right-to-left swipes on the ambient will still take you to the watch-face picker.
HOW IT WORKS
As explained in the video this is possible by a trick via which the app is able to detect horizontal swipes and by hiding (covering) the watch-face-picker with an overlay. It works only for left-to-right because Bubble Cloud needs to be at the leftmost position so the watch face picker wouldn't actually change to another face.
Big thanks to Joseph Rubin for the original tip! You are all welcome to try, this option (as most) works in the free version of my watchface. With your feedback I am looking forward to perfecting the functionality.
You will need to get an app from the playstore called build prop editor and change ro.build.type to user. Also, you might have to reboot after doing this.
I tried it. Killed the battery on my phone to the point I couldn't get it to last much past lunch time.
Try bits instead. Free and massively better
This is what it looks like on my wrist
I am working on several apps to make the speaker worth it, I made a tuning/freq generator app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chernowii.weartuner
And others (wear soundboard, an app that plays a sound when there is a certain notification made on the phone, an app that says the time every 1 hour...)
I'm pretty much open to ideas on android wear apps
If I'm not mistaken, that's the Skymaster watch face, also my go-to face, tried loads of others but keep coming back to it. Good taste, OP's band director (or Motorola!).
Just A Minute
I think it is the easiest way to read the time quick, and its structure is really clever.
Waiting on updates for custom backgrounds and better interactivity options, but I can't get on with any other watch face now (hands are hard to read and traditional digital faces are too plain)
This is the one I have been using for a couple of months. You can use Watchmaker to change the name to yours.
But you have to pay for every watch face. OP,
why not just try Facer or Watchmaker
Wait for the new Galaxy Watch 4. It supposedly comes with 16GB storage so you can put more of your music files on it. Offline music transfer/playback can be done using https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.turndapage.navmusic
I personally use TicWatch Pro 3 with modded spotify lite apk with offline playback. Works pretty good for my running workout.
I can easily add an option. You can already set Bubble Clouds to rotate the screen when on charger: Imgur
Play Store link
Void would be the perfect watch face for you.
Edit: Best part, it'll continue to work even if the battery dies. Read the description.
I was super excited when watching the stream but the second I realized the LCD does not go bezel to bezel.....Sadness.
Link to extended video from teaser
Decent pic of what I was talking about
>I kinda don't really use the keyboard on AW2.0 anyways?
If you do want to use it, you can side load google's keyboard to the sony, and it will work with the appfour apps like Messages.
edit: google keyboard download
Any qi charging pad that's small enough to fit between the straps will work. I just bought this one off of Amazon for $10 and it works just fine.
Full disclosure: I made it myself. So take the recommendation with a grain of salt. But it's a minimal digital clock, with complications and (optionally) an analog clock on top: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=vg.maarten.adwatchface
To make it more minimal you can disable pretty much anything (tickmarks, numerals, ...)
I love mine! As an app developer it is a great device. It is super quick and feels great, although the OEM band is pretty cheap. The battery is on the low side but still usually gets me through the day with casual usage.
If y'all want, my text messaging app has a great android wear version that I have been working very hard on! I would love if y'all would give it a try :)
I'll get started with MyRoll.
I take lots of photos on my phone and it's really nice to take a look at them afterwards on my watch and even be able to set my best to my phone's wallpaper.
I had a similar battery drain on mine as well the past week. It seemingly cured itself once I removed Zenfit from my phone and other apps I wasn't using anymore. Also, if you don't got Wear Battery Stats I would highly suggest getting it.
I use it for the following on a daily basis;
The watch faces I use are Krona Sunlight and Black Classic Watch Face. Krona might be the best one I've ever seen. It gives so much information at such a quick glance. It might take you a little bit to get used to, but it's oh so worth it. Black Classic is extremely customizable, which is why I'm currently using it. Also great with the Google Fit integration.
I've used two:
Moustache Watch face
I agree, so I decided with my square watch to 'embrace' the retroness. After searching for a while I found this one:
It looks 10x better on a square face than a round one!
brightness control is half a screen away → gif
Class time. I use it a lot in school, so I have to say it is very useful. The watchface is the best part about it, having to know roughly how many percent of a certain class has passed.
EDIT: It is my watchface, so you could say it's something I cant live with..
There is the Singularity Weekly face (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.relativity). Strictly speaking it's a mix of analog and digital but instead of showing the time, it shows the entire week. Just see it by yourself, my English is not good enough to explain that.
I really like the concept but to be honest I replicated it with Watchmaker to have 24h time and the week starting on Monday. It's not as beautiful as the original though.
I'd imagine it would much like a feature that already exists in the Wear Mini Launcher
You can pin the app so when the screen turns off it goes back to the app. It's nice for apps like keep or MTG Life counter.
Actually, you can. For example https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=n1k0.wmwatch.darkrainbow requires WatchMaker installed on your phone.
Edit: http://watchmaker.haz.wiki/apk wiki should help
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This one has not failed me...
Also allows you to have the screen dimmed very low whilst charging if you want to use it as a bedside clock.
It is a great looking watch. It is a bit on the large side, so would not recommend for small wrists.
Wish the extra buttons would be more useful other than a shortcut to an app - for example, it would be nice to be able to use the buttons to control my music instead of having to tap on the screen twice (once to wake it, then another to actually press the button). Speaking of buttons, as others may have mentioned, the center button/crown is a bit sensitive, and has a tendency to get pressed in if you bend your wrist up enough (like when I am doing pushups) and can be a bit annoying.
I could probably eek out about 2 days with minimal use if I really wanted, but I just charge it every night, as I usually have about 50% charge left at the end of the day with always on screen enabled, and wifi turned off.
Don't care about the fitness tracking part as I have a fitbit in my pocket that handles the step tracking.
Would I get another smartwatch? probably not, as this one fits my needs rather well.
FYI, this is the watch face I use: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bosenko.watchface.marinecommander
EDIT: also wanted to add that my previous watch was a first gen Moto360 (RIP). I had an extra screen protector and it just covers the screen portion of the Explorist.
Hadn't heard of it until now. Just had a read up on it and it sounds interesting, going to give it a try. Link for others' convenience;
Play Store: Feel The Wear
Edit: I'm so impressed with this app I've already gone premium. It's always bugged me that my watch has a speaker that's so seldom used. Now I can set custom notification sounds and vibrate patterns for each app, and even hook into Tasker profiles. Definitely my #1 find for Wear.
That will hopefully be the first thing they undo with 2.1.
Anyway I believe Bubble Cloud Launcher has that option or will have that option soon, but there is one app that I know allows it:
It isn't a perfect solution though..
I've got this game called ∞ Infinity Loop where you connect different shapes to end in a loop. It's very simple, but also quite nice to play when not being able to whip out your phone
Try this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zenbarrier.wearfull
It has the phone battery complication that you're after, but the main feature about the phone notification of wear battery status is neat as well.
In regards to watch faces, try one of the top posts: https://www.reddit.com/r/AndroidWear/comments/6jina0/the_tips_and_the_tricks/
I love the ustwo Looks faces. Quoti is my go-to lately:
Line is nice, as well (has digital & dig-alog mode): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.seapip.thomas.line_watchface
There isn't any filter or page to find them as I know of.
I've just updated my watchface to support complications:
Also working on an update for my pear watchface.
If you ever plan to make your own watchface and need an code example, my watchfaces are opensource.
Most watchfaces don't support the LARGE_IMAGE type which is a disappointment since it can be used to show the now playing album art as background as example.
This app allows for you to type a wifi password directly from your watch even in AW 1.5. Although, I don't know if it still uses its own keyboard or the gboard from AW2.0 if you got 2.0 on your watch.
You have to download an app called Feel The Wear, It will let you put in audible tones for all kinds of notifications, The free version won't let you put in custom tones, only the premium version.
OP, ustwo's timer watch faces might be handy for you -- you tap anywhere on the dial to set a timer for that many minutes, and it starts to flash and vibrate when it expires.
They're free, and we just released an update that plays a sound when the timer expires (on M watches w/a speaker). Here's a video, and the play store
Link for the lazy.
The presentation and the watchfaces look stellar! The light shifting through gyro is brilliant too. Definitely going to give this a try.
I think for constructive criticism, I don't think the app icon does a good representation of the different watchface the app offers. If I had searched for watchfaces and I based my choice on the icon, I wouldn't have seen myself clicking on the application. Maybe because of the off putting yellow? The '3D' overlayed on top of the watch I don't think needs to be translucent? I'm definitely no designer but thought I'd share my 2cents.
Carbon Fiber Watch Face has clean look for both square and round watches, my favourite so far.
Disclaimer: I made it.
Cool Circle looks pretty nice, IMO, and has some extra added functionality in the premium version such as weather and more customization
If you combine it with Muzei, it is amazing. You can have a source for wallpapers, and it switches every now and then (you can even use subreddits as sources if you have this thing), and your watch has the same wallpaper.
Thinner bezels are more aesthetically pleasing to me. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
A perfect fat circle isn't.
Specially with a little world
or wear music
or sideload the sony music app
or sideload es file explorer
Shameless plug. Here's one I designed and coded. It's mostly black, and doesn't have a seconds hand so it's quite good easy on battery life.
It basically let you pair your AW watch with another and send messages or photos directly to eachother.
It was its own watch face and if the other person was also using the watch face, they could send stuff directly, pretty much using the phone only as a source of internet.
Think of it as 1-to-1 snapchat for your watch
The smaller, more customizable one definitely sounds interesting to me. I don't use heartrate or GPS fitness features on my watch, but I do use it as a fashion accessory, changing the band and watchface for different situations. Also, I like smaller watches.
EDIT: The description of the Swordfish model sounds a lot like the watch shown in the demonstrations on the Mode page.
I am a poor little developer and I released a flashcards app for Wear OS :)
- Clean and easy to use.
- You can use your custom TXT flashcards.
- AOD supported. So you can learn every time you check the time!
- Complications supported.
>>> Here is the link : Play Store
Please let me know what you think :) I really hope you like it! (for like food and stuff)
Have you looked at the Amazfit Bip? I'm not sure what all you used your Pebble for, but this has been a great replacement for me after my Pebble 2 broke. I tried a Ticwatch E, but I was also tired of having to charge it every day.
The Amazfit Bip's page on Amazon includes this:
"Use the Amazfit Bip for up to 30 days on a single 2.5-hour charge."
And it's true. I bought it 3-4 weeks ago and charged it to full. When I decided to charge it yesterday, it still had 30% left. Blew me away.
My main uses are time/date (obviously), receiving notifications, pedometer, heart rate monitor, and sleep tracking. For these things it works really well.
The big drawbacks are:
It mostly comes with 24 hour, non customizable watch faces, but there is a free app that has a ton of unofficial watch faces that have 12 hour time and lots of layouts. I found one that works really well for me really easily.
No interacting with notifications. Wasn't something I used on my Pebble or my Ticwatch regardless, so not a big deal for me. I can see why it'd be a deal breaker for some people though.
Notifications don't stay on the screen until dismissed, but instead go away after a few seconds. I don't personally have an issue with seeing them though. Worst case scenario, it still silently alerts me that I had a notification.
Music control isn't built in, but can be easily added using a really useful (paid) app that someone made. You can read more here.
Anyway, I just wanted to share this thing with other people wanting what feels like (to me) a real Pebble replacement.
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Not identical, but close.
This one is black only, but it's free. (EDIT: link uodated)
If a greatly simplified phone UI could help then perhaps look into a launcher like this.
It includes a simplified dialer and if I recall correctly a sms app.
Edit: this one is better b/c you can say "okay Google open lock" and it will look your phone. Also has a wear app!
> -Do not disturb synced with phone
I thought them removing this was ridiculous as well. This app fixed the issue for me.
Bubble Cloud can change the long press to do other things. The paid version can also do a second function on a double long press.
What watch do you have, and what watch face?
I have wifi, always on screen, and tilt to wake on, and have no problem.
I'm using a Fossil Q Founder (gen 1) and this face (full disclosure, I made the face)
Screenshot of battery usage:
Based on what I've read, no.
At least, not without an additional app.
But if you need that here it is:
If you buy it make sure it does what you need within the refund window
Try this. It's for stuck pixels but maybe if you let run for a couple of minutes you can notice some improvement (EPILEPSY WARNING). Otherwise I suggest you to disable always-on display and change watchface for a while
The built-in Google Fit ones
I like Brilliant Weather. It pops up a nice interface when tapped:
As Dynalogix said, the stand up alert app now has a complication, which is great.
Avoid Facer and other "make your own watchface" apps. Most of these watch faces don't even have a proper ambient mode resulting in burn ins and high battery usage.
Looking good is a bit unspecific, examples would be nice :P
Currently working on a big wear 2.0 update for my pear watchface and line watchface. And yes the pear watch face is an apple watch clone >:)
The update will have the same widgets and styles as the apple watch and uses the complications api :D
I haven't had your particular problem but I did have a similar problem with my bluetooth headphones and car bluetooth.
For me what solved the problem was setting up the app: Bluetooth Auto Connect.
You can setup priorities for which devices have priority over others and you can enable/disable functions easily (such as disable 'call control' for a device that you only use for music).
Pujie Black has a variety of options like that, including showing calendar events as a ring, or just the next one as text.
The watch bands have little pins on them, that you apply pressure to in order to remove the band. It is easy but still requires some fiddling. The watch comes with several pre loaded faces from Huawei. Nice ones. They all seem to be quite frugal. I still recommend getting the app WatchMaker Premium Watch Face app (paid) which opens up a member community of 143000 on Google+, and enough watch faces to last you a life time, even if you change watch face every day. Most all of these faces are free, and they are made by highly skilled people. Amazing quality. You can see some of what's available here watchawear.com
Someone made one based on the Dutch train clocks, which do the exact same thing, it's exactly what you are looking for
App is in English as well, the watchface has no text on it
You can find it here
I like both the Einfalt and the Achter ( In black mode)
Definitely the Zenwatch Manager app. It's made by ASUS and it comes with around 50 customizable watch faces that are made by ASUS for the zenwatches. They also do this neat thing where they will have a seasonal theme for watch faces (like right now they have christmas themes) that look pretty nice.
In addition to watch faces, the app comes with a few tools like remote phone call control (it lets you toggle speaker mode for your phone after answering a call, etc). This is basically a must-have app for zenwatch users, imo.
Wear Charging Widget may be of interest to you, it also provides the date and current weather on the screen. I wear my 360 every day but I still have this installed as it's more useful than the stock charging screen.
Wear Browser has an in-app purchase to purchase it so here is the outdated version(beta) where it was free, just dont update the app :P
OUTDATED BUT FREE
If you enjoy the app then of course support the dev by updating and purchasing in-app.