Thursday , December 20 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Google releases their first Android Wear watch face app focusing on street art

Google has finally released their first Android Wear watch face. Called Street Art watch face, the watch face shows off street art from the Google Art Project and features street art from a number of artists.

The Google Art Project is overseen by the Google Cultural Institute, and this particular app shows off street art, although the Google Art Project does oversee more ‘traditional’ art displays and forms. The Google Play description for ‘Street Art watch face
‘ lists the artists whose art features in this app:

A collection of beautiful street art watch faces from Google Art Project featuring the work of Aitch, Andre Fernandes Trindade, Cheko, DRAW, Drawing Jesus, Erik Otto, Gemeniano Cruz, God Mess, Hugo Lucas, Katch, L Is Not An Artist aka Luísa Cortesão, Mariana Dias Coutinho, Mercedes deBellard, Mercedes deBellard & Cheko, Nark, Nicolae Negura, Paulo Arraiano, Pedro Batista, Phibs, Reach, Samina, Slap, Sublinismo & Cheko, Tamara Alves & José Carvalho, The Empty Belly, Tinta Crua and Will Barras.

The actual watch functions offer three different styles – Analog, Digital and Minimal – examples of which you can see in the screenshots below. Apart from the options to choose the type of watch face, there’s an option to display the date, but that’s about it.

If you’re into street art, or just want to see a new watch face on your wrist you can head over to Google Play and download the app now.

Source: Google Play.

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