More developers have produced apps for the wearable platform since Wear OS 3 was released last year. Google hinted about the upcoming overhaul of Todoist’s Wear OS app during I/O 2022.
back to 2018 ‘s most recent iteration of the dates (as seen above). It inherited numerous unique design elements from Android Wear, such as the WearableDrawerLayout that requires swiping up or down to view full-screen pages. Users of Todoist could navigate through the Inbox, Upcoming, and other sorting views by swiping down from the top of the screen.
Now, Todoist uses a single, central list that opens with a large Add task button. The default Inbox, Today, and Upcoming sorting choices are then displayed, along with a list of Favorites. Then you can start a project.
This UI is significantly more user-friendly and intuitive overall. The Todoist Wear OS makeover had no stated availability date as of provided today .
Todoist used Compose to rethink all of the navigation as part of their app refresh, abandoning WearableDrawerLayout in favor of Wear Material Design guidelines for a flatter app structure. Additionally, by incorporating the Wear Compose Material library and utilizing inline actions, you can see in this video how they have embraced Material Design for Wear OS.
Google predicted that later this year, users of apps like SoundCloud and Deezer would add numerous new features. It comes after new products from Samsung, the Fossil Group, Montblanc, Mobvoi, and other manufacturers.