Rather than using our smartphones, lets use our smartwatch as a Coronavirus tracker. Before we saw a tracker that’s compatible with both smartphones and dashboards, but we can also use smartwatches to get the straight facts.
This may be a little overboard, for some, but it’s pretty cool, right? The screen of the smartwatch Coronavirus tracker has four main parts. At the top, you have the time which represents the time the stats were last updated. The next part of the Coronavirus tracker for your smartwatch shows the amount of confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries in the whole world. The third part shows the amount of confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries in your country. The last part is a small button at the bottom of the screen that says ‘refresh’. It.. refreshes the stats. In order to get the data, you need an active internet connection.
The difference between the smartwatch Coronavirus tracker and the dashboard version?
The difference between this COVID-19 tracker and the dashboard version is quite stark. This one is very simple whereas the dashboard lets you see stats of other countries. After all, there is only so much you can fit onto a smartwatch screen.
The information shown is updated about once a day. The developers source their data to ‘2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository by Johns Hopkins CSSE’. If you want to contact the developers, email them at [email protected].
Click here to go to the app on the Galaxy Store.