Android Wear/Watch & Haptic Feedback

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I was driving in this morning and noticed that I couldn't hear the 'A' prompting me to slow down (I need to adjust that parameter) - all of this due to the windows being down and the radio up. I then wondered why Automatic wasn't utilizing my Moto360 haptic feature to prompt me to certain events (braking, acceleration and speeding). It would also be nice to, at-a-glance check the location of my vehicle without having to pull my phone out, unlock it etc...

I realize the development team is busy but I figured I'd get this out there before I forget.

Thanks...
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Cuda

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Posted 3 years ago

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Thanks for the great idea, Cuda. This would be a great way to alert users of driving feedback (via a smart watch such as the Moto360). I'll share this feedback with our product team.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Android Wear support.

It'd be great if you could support Android Wear; perhaps send a notification that shows that the Link is connected and driving is detected (what is currently shown in the status bar).
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Thanks for the idea, Ron. I merged your post into a related discussion on Android wearables. We haven't discussed this idea with our product team just yet, but when that happens, we'll be sure to provide another update.
This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Hi there it will be nicer if this device comes with Android apps for gear 2 and g....

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