The Galaxy Wearable app changes after the arrival of the new smartwatches

At yesterday's Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung finally unveiled the long-awaited Galaxy Watch 4, the first smartwatch to run on the new unified Wear OS platform jointly developed by Google and Samsung.

In addition to the launch of new smartwatches, Samsung is also giving a big makeover to the Galaxy Wearable app. The new update brings a much-needed UI overhaul, which hasn't seen a visual makeover in a long time. Furthermore, with the update, the tabs at the bottom Home, Clock and Discover have been eliminated and the hamburger menu has been slightly lowered.

Galaxy Wearable Galaxy Wearable Galaxy Wearable The menus and settings that previously cluttered the home screen have been relocated to new categories, giving the home screen a much cleaner look. Meanwhile, the device selector UI now has larger fonts and rounded corners, and the color of the app icon has also been changed from orange to blue. Functionality and features, everything is as before,