Martian Watches Launches Features and Functions to Make Life on Earth a Little Easier
Martian Watches, a California-based, award-winning developer of fashionable wireless technologies, including the world's first Bluetooth voice-command smartwatch, has taken the smartwatch to the next level by adding hands-free voice communication.
These new watches help you to talk, listen, initiate voice commands and be notified of incoming calls and texts.
Martian Watches announces several new features to give its Voice Command line of Martian Passport, Victory and G2G series watches even more functionality, further enhancing the user's smartphone experience.
Martian Voice Command delivers notifications to your wrist anywhere, anytime and uses the mobile phone's familiar, integrated voice-command functions with hands-free convenience and compatibility.
It allows you to do multi-tasking while making and receiving calls, send and receive emails and text messages, control music, check the weather or a sports score, get directions, search the web, create a reminder or appointment, keep up on Facebook (News - Alert) and Twitter and much more.
Martian Voice Command watches have a "Tap Glass" feature which uses the Martian accelerometer to repeat a notification for up to one minute after it came in. It supports notifications from any IMAP or POP email account, giving more notification options to more email account users.
Stan Kinsey, President of Martian Watches said in a statement, "We are very happy with the overwhelming consumer response and positive feedback received for our line of unique voice command smartwatches to date and look forward to continuing to incorporate cool features that our customers want."
Martian’s "Find Phone" feature helps to locate a misplaced phone if it is within BT (News - Alert) range. It’s "Find Watch" feature also added the opposite feature of "Find Phone" - just tap a button in the Martian Watch Alerts App on your phone, and your Martian will play a tone to help you locate your watch.
"Local Time" feature has been added to the Martian Watch Alerts App, so you get the chance to quickly choose your phone's local zone instead of choosing a nearby city.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker