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At the Unpacked presentation on February 9, in addition to the announcement of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Tab S8, a number of improvements were announced for Galaxy Watch4. There are three main ones.
Google Assistant support
With one of the updates, Google's proprietary voice assistant will become available on the watch. In some countries, it will be offered in addition to Bixby, but in Russia and a number of other regions, Google Assistant will become the only assistant available (where Bixby is not supported).
The assistant can be trusted to add appointments to the calendar, launch timers, music playback controls, alarms, and so on.
YouTube Music Streaming
Your watch will soon be able to stream YouTube Music over Wi-Fi or cellular. To do this, you don’t even have to get a smartphone out of your pocket.
And if you have a Galaxy Watch4 model with LTE, then you can listen to music online without a smartphone at all – you can leave it at home when you go for a run.
Easy application installation
Next month, installing applications on the Galaxy Watch4 will become much easier – all compatible applications on your smartphone can be transferred to the watch with one touch. You don't have to manually search for them.
In the companion app, you can see all the apps you already use or can start using on your Galaxy Watch. Many other useful apps will be available directly from Google Play on Wear OS.
Other upcoming improvements for the Galaxy Watch4 include:
- Updates to the Adidas Running and Strava apps that will bring more convenient interface for training;
- improved sleep mode with personalized recommendations;
- new watch faces and watch bands.
Recall that Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic are Samsung's first Wear OS smartwatches. Their release significantly strengthened the position of Google OS in the wearable device market.