10 Real World Uses Cases for “At a Glance and 100% Hands-Free” with Augmented SmartWatch Pro V5.1

1) I have  been spending a lot of time travelling this year. Arriving at Pearson Airport I would get a vibration on my watch and the following message – perfect for letting me know the expected time to drive home from the airport.

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2) At the airport and FlightTrack alerts of gate changes/assignments for upcoming flights.

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3) Playing music using Pandora or Google Play Music with the ability to instantly switch to the next track.

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4) Email or 5) Chat Messages (of course).

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6) Rain Alerts – The Hyper-location aware weather alerts.

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7) When a new order comes in for my app.

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8) Alerts from Visa when my credit card is charged (via Google Voice/SMS):

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9) Driving in a car and getting alerts on my Sony SW2 that I can see. In Ontario is it not allowed to pick up a phone while driving to see alerts – what about glancing at a Smart Watch ?

10) Breaking News Alerts via NY Times push notifications.

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6 thoughts on “10 Real World Uses Cases for “At a Glance and 100% Hands-Free” with Augmented SmartWatch Pro V5.1

  1. Pingback: 10 Real World Uses Cases for “At a Glance and 100% Hands-Free” with Augmented SmartWatch Pro V5.1 | Smartwatchnews.co.ukSmartwatchnews.co.uk

  2. Have a sony 1 smartwatch connected to galaxy note2 I can’t use my smartwatch to controll music player when using the phone it shows up on the smartwatch

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