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This article was published on January 30, 2015


Wunderlist for Android Wear now lets you interact with notifications, dictate to-dos and more

Wunderlist for Android Wear now lets you interact with notifications, dictate to-dos and more
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While Wunderlist already had a basic app for Android Wear smartwatches, it was a bit of a simple experience – essentially, it was a one-way mirror that let you see notifications, but not interact with them.

That’s all changed now, however, with the release of a new app for Android Wear devices, which allows you to say “OK, Google, make a note…” and then dictate something you need to remember. Alternatively, the voice control can just be used as a shortcut to opening the full app on your phone.

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You can also snooze notifications or dictate replies to Comments directly from your wrist too.

➤ Wunderlist [Google Play]

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