What to expect from Android Beam on the Android Wear watch article Android Beam is a free Android Wear companion app that will allow you to make calls, listen to music and access content from your Android phone.
It’s part of Google’s Android Wear initiative and is part of the Android platform.
The app works similar to Google Now, but it’s also designed to let you use your Android device as a companion for Android devices.
For instance, you can ask a friend to help you with something, or you can get directions to a friend’s house and ask them to drive you there.
But you can also use it as a smartwatch to answer phone calls, check your email, answer your questions, or make a calendar event.
The basic Android Wear experienceThe app uses an Android Beam SDK that allows for voice commands to send and receive text messages, and to control your Android Wear device.
You can also ask a Google Assistant to perform tasks, like playing a song or setting a timer.
When you’re not using the app, you’ll get notifications from Google Assistant that say something like, “Your voice is being received.”
If the notification says you’re being ignored, the app will display the message and then dismiss it.
For instance, if you want to talk with a friend who’s out of town, you might say, “Hey, how are you?” and then say, instead, “How are you?
How are you.”
The Google Assistant will reply, “You are.”
It’s not clear how the app works when you’re out of the app and when you aren’t.
The apps most likely to work with Android Beam are the ones that have the most extensive list of Google APIs.
Google’s SDKs and APIs are open to the public and available for anyone to use, but some developers have decided to use Android Beam to create their own Android Wear apps.
The Google Watch app, for example, is available for Android Wear devices from the Play Store.
Android Beam is currently free for users who own an Android phone or Android Wear smartwatch, but you can upgrade to the full version for a $4.99 per year membership fee.
For that fee, you also get access to Google Play Services, which includes apps, video, photos, and more.
You can also sign up for a Google Account to use your Google account for Android Beam.
You’ll need to give your phone number to unlock the app.
Once you’ve activated the account, you’re ready to go.
Android Wear devices are expected to arrive in the third quarter of 2018, but we haven’t heard anything official yet about Android Beam availability in that time frame.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment and will update if we hear back.