1. Get apps on your watch

You can download a variety of apps from the Google Play Store on your watch. Some apps work with a matching app on the phone that’s connected to your watch.

Note: Make sure your watch is connected to Wi-Fi or on LTE to search and download apps.

Add the apps you have on your phone

Apps on your phone don’t automatically sync with your watch. To get apps from your phone onto your watch:

  1. If the screen is dim, press the power button to wake up your watch.
  2. To see your list of apps, press the power button.
  3. Scroll down and tap Play Store Google Play. You’ll be signed in with the Google Account you used to set up your watch.
  4. Scroll down and look for the “Apps on your phone” section.
  5. To download the app, tap Install Install.

2. Change your watch’s home screen

You can change your watch’s home screen to match your goals, needs, and style. Different watch faces display different sets of information.

Change your watch face

  1. If you can’t see your screen, wake up the watch.
  2. To see the list of watch faces, tap and hold the screen.
    • On some watches, you need to swipe left on the watch screen.
  3. Swipe left or right to see watch faces you can choose.
  4. Tap the tomato watch face to choose it.

2 Comments on “How to use Tomato App in Wear Watch?

  • Fred McCaughey

    Posted on 2019-02-22at12:36 AM

    I have the app on my android p smart phone, and on iPad, can I share results from my phone to the iPad?
    Fred McCaughey

    • admin

      Posted on 2019-02-25at4:50 AM

      There are several ways. 1. You can sync your data to Nightscout in your Android phone, then use an app supporting Nightscout to get the data in an iPad.

      2. You can follow the master in Facebook Messenger, and open Facebook Messenger on iPad. http://tomato.cool/how-to-follow-a-persons-blood-sugar/tips/


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