Qualcomm Toq smart watch update adds boatload of new features



The Qualcomm Toq may have been priced a little more expensive than we’d like, but we aren’t going to let something silly like price get in the way of our excitement about it. That’s why this big upgrade sitting in the Google Play Store grabbed our attention. It adds many new features that users are bound to enjoy. Here are the goods you’ve come for:

Qualcomm Toq version 1.3 update:

  • New “World Clock” clock style allows you to toggle through the local time and weather in your favorite cities
  • New Activity Applet (Beta) monitors your activity while wearing Toq and tracks your activity “points” over a 24 hour period. View a history of your daily activity point totals in the Toq Android app.
  • New ”Activity” clock style shows the time plus your current activity ‘points’ at a glance
  • Adds ability to select temperature scale in either Celsius or Fahrenheit

The activity applet is especially interesting, as these smart watches typically emphasize fitness tracking features. Their lightweight build and tendency to stay on your persons all day makes them perfect for it.

All of this is coming in at just 9.2 megabytes, so be sure to head to the Google Play Store and upgrade your app as soon as possible. Don’t forget that the Qualcomm Toq requries Android 4.0.3 or above, so if for some reason you have one and don’t have a phone with that firmware, well you might want to either upgrade your device or pass the watch off to someone who can make better use of it.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. THX Quentyn,glad to see someone take an interest in this,saying things are quiet in the TOQ forum would be an understatement.

  2. You ain’t lying about upgrading your device to an ICS one.

    1. Which non-ICS device did you attempt to pair up?

      1. I didn’t try. I was referring to people need to upgrade their phones if all they don’t even have ICS.

        I was just teasing.

        1. Subtlety escapes me once in a while………… :-)

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