Wear Aware - Phone Finder

Wear Aware - Phone Finder


Wear Aware acts like a leash between your phone and your Android Wear watch. It is awesome when you are walking away from your phone, or your phone is walking away from you!
In addition it works like a short range "Find my Phone" app to help you locate your phone when it's out of sight.

Lets you know when you are leaving your phone behind
Your watch will alert you by buzzing when your phone is out of reach.
Time to say good bye to forgetting your phone at home when heading out in the morning!

Helps you locate your phone
Just say "OK Google, Start Phone Finder", and it transforms to a phone locator. Your phone will start trying to make you aware of it's whereabouts by playing an alarm signal. No more running around at home trying to find your phone in silence, or calling it from another phone to find it.

Totally free
All features in Wear aware are available for free.
Donations are totally voluntary and added for those that wants to help us make the app even better.

Recent changes:
1.0.1 -1.0.3
- Small bugfixes

1.0
- Total redesign of phone app
- Reduced false positives
- Added Different alert levels (High/Medium/Low)
- Possibility to set Phone finder alarm sound
- Options page available on left swipe on disconnect alert on watch
- Option: Snooze alerts for 1/4/8 hours
- Option: Trigger phone finder
- Phone finder: If not in reach, will trigger on reconnect
- Donations.. to motivate further development :)
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
1163
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
2946 kb
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About Wear Aware - Phone Finder
Wear Aware acts like a leash between your phone and your Android Wear watch. It is awesome when you are walking away from your phone, or your phone is walking away from you!
In addition it works like a short range "Find my Phone" app to help you locate your phone when it's out of sight.

Lets you know when you are leaving your phone behind
Your watch will alert you by buzzing when your phone is out of reach.
Time to say good bye to forgetting your phone at home when heading out in the morning!

Helps you locate your phone
Just say "OK Google, Start Phone Finder", and it transforms to a phone locator. Your phone will start trying to make you aware of it's whereabouts by playing an alarm signal. No more running around at home trying to find your phone in silence, or calling it from another phone to find it.

Totally free
All features in Wear aware are available for free.
Donations are totally voluntary and added for those that wants to help us make the app even better.

Recent changes:
1.0.1 -1.0.3
- Small bugfixes

1.0
- Total redesign of phone app
- Reduced false positives
- Added Different alert levels (High/Medium/Low)
- Possibility to set Phone finder alarm sound
- Options page available on left swipe on disconnect alert on watch
- Option: Snooze alerts for 1/4/8 hours
- Option: Trigger phone finder
- Phone finder: If not in reach, will trigger on reconnect
- Donations.. to motivate further development :)

User reviews of Wear Aware - Phone Finder
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
Great
A Google User
Dec 15, 2014
Too many false alarms I've been getting too many false alarms lately. It was good for a while.
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Only alerts after my phone reconnects Doesn't alert on disconnect, only when they reconnect, making it pretty much useless
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Does what it says Does just what it needs to. Why Google didn't include this I don't know.
A Google User
Dec 10, 2014
good but too many false alarms It seems to have gotten worse with Lollipop but this app complains way too often regardless of how far the phone is from the watch. Great idea, though.