Spotlight: Weareal brings fancy analog watchfaces to the digital realm of Android Wear
Who said that only traditional watch makers have the right to boast about their latest design collections? When it comes to pretty watchfaces, smart wrist-tockers meet and exceed the standards achieved by the likes of Tag, Omega, Citizen, and any brand name that comes off the top of your head, really. For a shining example, check out what digital watchface maker Weareal has brought to the table!
Rider is designed for men and features an animated three-part glow and reflection, a full-date digital face calendar, the day of the week, temperature, battery level (we're in the digital realm, after all), and three colors (black, dark blue, and steel blue). It's made for round and square watches.
Acute goes for the classic and simple with its angle glow effect, animated 3D light (for hands and graduations), date window, and availability in silver and black. It's made for round and square watches
Golder is a luxury watchface created for those with a penchant for gold (like we had to tell you). It presents a minimal and elegant design with elements colored in royal paint. It's got a date window, and it's available in aged white and dark colors. This one's compatible with round and square watches, too.
The newest addition to the line-up is "Airpower", which goes for the pilot look with its array of gears and cogs that tick and spin in various directions. It's a dynamic watchface that makes for an engaging sight!
The developers claim that Weareal faces consume an additional 3% of battery in comparison to, say, the stock ones that came with your smartwatch. In addition, the application allows you to explore all watchfaces by Weareal, check them out in a live preview, and install them right away. With their precise graphics, crafty animations, and sophistacted sense of style, we think Weareal's watchfaces aren't to be easily bypassed.