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Street Art, Google's first Android Wear watch face, is now live in the Play Store
Google has just released its first Android Wear watch face to the Play Store. It’s called Street Art, and features a very pretty design, though it comes with barely any customization options.
Every few minutes, the watch face rotates through a giant list of street art pieces, powered by Google’s Street Art Project. Dozens of different artists’ paintings are featured, including Cheko, Erik Otto, Gemeniano Cruz, Mariana Dias Coutinho, Mercedes deBellard and many more. As for customization, there are three different watch face choices: Minimal, Analog and Digital. Minimal features a circle that surrounds the screen with small dots to represent the minute and hour hands. Analog shows you numbers around the display with traditional watch hands, just like any other analog watch face. Digital shows the time towards the bottom, highlighting the featured art piece.
Other than that, there aren’t too many additional options to make it your own. You can choose to add or remove the date to your watch face, though you can’t choose the highlight color or how often paintings rotate through. Oh, and for those wondering, the Street Art watch face has small notification cards. We’ve attached some screenshots below for a closer look:
Every time the watch face changes images, you’ll get a card letting you know the artist’s name and information on the painting. Swiping the card to the left will allow you to open the page on your phone, if you’d like to check out more information on the featured piece.
This watch face isn’t the most customizable, but it does do a really nice job at making sure you don’t get tired of the same old watch face. If you’d like to check this one out for yourself, head to the Google Play Store link below.