In addition to supporting the newly released Galaxy Watch, Samsung has upgraded its Gear app to support Android P. Galaxy Wearable has been rebranded. Before, the app was compatible with all of Samsung’s Gear devices, such as the S3, Gear Sport, Gear IconX, and many more.
No longer called Gear, Galaxy Watch is the first smartwatch from Samsung under the new brand. Despite its new name, the Galaxy Wearable app still supports all of the devices that were previously compatible with it. For the new features, users will need to upgrade the app.
Support for Android 9.0 Pie devices has now been added to the revised app. NFC, Bluetooth v4.2, and A-GPS are just a few of the connectivity choices available. Android 5.0 and later or iOS 9.0 are required.
Here is how you can download the app using BlueStacks.
Download Samsung Wearable App for Windows PC
Step 1: Start by downloading the newest version of “NoxPlayer” through its official website.
Step 2: Next, download and install NoxPlayer on your Windows-based computer. You will need to wait a few minutes for the installation to be completed.
Step 3: The emulator may be opened by clicking on the NoxPlayer icon on the desktop.
Step 4: Go to the Google Play Store by clicking the “Play Store” button located on the main page of NoxPlayer As a default, NoxPlayer is included in the Play Store.
Step 5: Your Gmail ID and password are required to access the Play Store.
Step 6: Enter “Galaxy Wearable” in the search field of the Play Store and hit the search button; the “Galaxy Wearable (Samsung Gear)” app will appear at the top of your list.
Step 7: The Galaxy Wearable (Samsung Gear) App may be installed by clicking on the “Install” button. You’ll need to wait a few seconds for your computer to validate and install the program.