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Youve probably heard about them, you can see that theyre a pretty big deal but youre not entirely sure what puts the smart into smartwatch? Well, youve come to the right place. Able to do much more than just tell the time, wearable technology is the next big thing and its easy to see why.
With the ability to access your apps, messages and calls at the flick of a wrist, your smartwatch goes together with your smartphone as naturally as tick follows tock. Incredibly convenient? Yes, but also becoming ever more essential, the smartwatch introduces new features which impress every time.
To connect your smartwatch to your smartphone, simply sync them using Bluetooth and they will begin to work together. The Samsung Gear S is an exception though, arriving with its own SIM slot, its an independent smartwatch who dont need no phone *snaps fingers.
Once connected, your smartwatch will allow you to see whose calling, read texts, IMs and emails without picking up your phone. Perfect for those who barely get a second to sit still, even better for those who are too lazy to grab their phone. Its a win, win.
Smartwatches are brilliant for those fitness fanatics amongst you. No matter what type of smartwatch you go for, each have their own benefits when it comes to tracking your daily activity and managing your workout goals. Seriously, did exercise just become fun?
Apps usually mirror those found on your smartphone and work in a similar way. Typical apps include weather updates, voice controls, navigation maps, reminders and music players. You can also customise your smartwatch by downloading your favourites with ease.
Smartwatches come in a range of different designs to suit every taste. From the circular wonder of the Moto 360 to the elegantly curved Samsung . Most of them also come with changeable straps in a range of different colours, so you can look fantastically fashionable as well as being incredibly functional.
iPhone lovers are getting excited for the release of the Apple Watch, due for release in early 2015. Arriving in a premium rectangular design, the Apple Watch beams messages and Facebook updates, runs iOS 8 apps, includes a GPS tracker and brings SIRI straight to our wrists.
Bringing together a fitness tracker and a customer sensor to measure your heart rate, you can receive a personalised workout analysis to help you reach your exercise goals. It even lets you challenge your friends to a run and share your progress on social media through the Nike+ Running app.
With access to 3G, 2G, Bluetooth and WiFi, the Samsung Gear S features a SIM slot so you dont have to pair it with a smartphone. Running on Samsung Tizen which arrives with the Nike+ Running app, you can share your workout goals effortlessly.
Powered by IOS 8, the Apple Watch is what Apple fans have long been waiting for. Integrating its clean look and simple to use functionality onto your wrist, you can enjoy enhanced connectivity that leaves you wondering how you ever managed before.
Perhaps the most stylish out of the bunch, the Moto 360 by Motorola runs on Android Wear and arrives with an array of great apps. With fantastic voice controls, S Health and notifications straight to your wrist, the Moto 360 is a timeless (not literally) classic.