One of the most simple yet effective TicWatch Pro 3 tips is to customize it to your liking. In case you are not familiar with it yet, the watch offers quite a few options that you can adjust as far as looks are concerned. And if there’s one thing that makes a big difference, that’s the watch face. The watch face is the first thing you see when the display comes on. To change the TicWatch Pro 3 watch face:
Want more watch faces? There are plenty to choose from on Google Play. To add more watch faces on your TicWatch Pro 3:
The TicWatch Pro 3 comes with Google Assistant support right out of the box. This allows you to use it exactly as you would on a full-fledged smartphone without any known limitations (Except hardware-related ones such as LTE). You can open Google Assistant on your TicWatch Pro 3 by either holding down the top right button of the watch or by saying “Ok Google” (Needs to have “Ok Google” detection enabled). Some of its most popular uses include:
One of the coolest things about Google Assistant is that it allows us to do many tasks hands-free. But, what’s the point when we need to use both of our hands to activate it? Fear not, as the TicWatch Pro 3 gives you the option of activating Google Assistant just by saying, “Ok, Google.” To turn that on, go to:
Do Not Disturb is a feature that you can find on smartwatches and smartphones alike. And, as the name suggests, it prevents others from disturbing you by temporarily muting notifications. To enable DND (Do Not Disturb), all you have to do is:
The TicWatch Pro 3 comes with eSIM support. So, if you live in one of the regions where that’s supported, you should be able to get a monthly subscription and use your watch as a stand-alone device. When writing this article, only Germany and the UK seem to be in the supported regions, with Vodafone as the sole supported carrier.
The TicWatch Pro 3 uses the Wear OS. This means that you should be able to install Spotify and control the music playback of your phone directly through the watch – a feature that’s invaluable for joggers. To do that:
Cheaper smartwatches and bands rely on your phone’s GPS for tracking workouts. And that’s one of the main reasons you can’t use them independently from a phone. A premium smartwatch like TicWatch Pro 3, on the other hand, comes with a built-in GPS. This means that you can go and track a workout just with the watch and nothing more by using the TicExercise app or even a 3rd party app such as Strava. If you also live in a region where eSIM is supported for the TicWatch Pro 3, then you basically have a full-fledged smart device on your wrist ready to go.
Don’t forget that your smartwatch comes with 8 gigs of dedicated storage. Installing more apps is one of the best TicWatch Pro 3 tips that we can give you. All you have to do is open Google Play/Play Store, look around, and pick whatever strikes your fancy. There are plenty of options to choose from. Strava, Viber, Messenger, Spotify, Telegram, Outlook, Calm, and many more. Thank you, WearOS.
Speaking of apps, don’t forget that anything like that is bound to take some of your local space. And, in some cases, apps can also slow down your device. So, we’d highly recommend removing anything you don’t need. It’s one of the top, simplest TicWatch Pro 3 tips out there. To uninstall apps on your watch and any other Wear OS watch: