While 1080p has been the standard for displays for a while, 4K resolution is becoming more popular since it is now somewhat affordable to the general public. We’ve even seen 8K Televisions, and this equals one thing – ridiculously sharp displays whether they be small or large.
With these high resolutions and large televisions, we can consume all the high quality media we want at whatever size display we prefer, but we limit ourselves to the possibility of larger and higher resolution, when we can also go for a LOT smaller and much lower resolutions.
What on earth am I talking about? Think of this scenario… “You randomly feel like playing a YouTube video on your Android Wear smartwatch.” Well, it’s possible. Why? No idea, but it is…and it’s cool!
This application allows you to play YouTube videos on Android Wear smartwatches. While you might think this is ridiculous and unnecessary, I think it’s downright cool and the developers definitely did some great work!
There’s no absolute need for it, but just being able to play a YouTube video on your smartwatch is awesome, regardless of if you’ll ever use it or not. However, the fact that it can actually cast videos to your chromecast and you can use the watch as a remote might prove to be useful to a specific niche.
The application also allows you to route audio from the video to bluetooth headphones paired with the smartwatch. Right now it is compatible with the LG G Watch, Motorola Moto 360, LG G Watch R, Sony Smartwatcvh 3, ASUS Zenwatch and the LG G Watch Urbane.
Having a smartwatch just got a lot cooler because of this! Got one and would like to check it out for yourself? Enjoy! Click Here.