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Samsung release Official Active Watch Faces for Galaxy Watch, Gear S3 and Gear Sport

Samsung has a habit of releasing newer wearable devices that sport newer Operating Systems version, User Interfaces, and watch faces. Users of older devices usually go through a period of drooling and then receive some of the goodies as a pass me down. Well, at the tail end of last week Samsung released watch faces: Pie Twirl, Breathe, Solari board, Pop analog, and Health Dashboard. These were originally released on the Galaxy Watch Active. These are available right now from the Galaxy Store. You can find the download links further down the post.

The Galaxy Watch Active is considered the updated version of the Gear Sport. Both devices are more fitness-focused than the Galaxy Watch and Gear S3, which look more like luxury smartwatches.

Official Galaxy Watch, Gear S3 and Gear Sport Watch Faces

Download latest Watch Faces

Below are the Active watch faces that you can download directly from the Galaxy Store. These are for your Galaxy Watch and Gear Sport. Make sure you open this page from your smartphone, which is connected to your smartwatch, in order for you to Install them.

  • Pie Twirl
    • Keep your watch face alive with new colors every time you tap the screen.
    • Download here.
  • Breathe
    • Keep calm and breathe on! You can start a breathing exercise any time with just a single tap.
    • Download here.
  • Solari board
    • The information you need. Clear, bold, simple.
    • Download here.
  • Pop analog
    • Simple, modern, stylish.
    • Download here.
  • Health Dashboard
    • See health data at a glance, including step count, floors climbed, workout time, and heart rate.
    • Download here.

Arguably the best looking of the watch faces on offer is the Health Dashboard. We wonder what is coming next according to the rumours of the release of the Galaxy Watch 2 or the rumoured release of Galaxy Watch Active 2. The next wearable device could be sporting an ECG monitor as well as fall detection. Well, we haven’t got long to wait until Samsung Unpacked on August 7, next month.

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