The makers of the Watchmaker, a new watch maker that can turn your smartwatch into a virtual reality device, have announced that the service will be available for free on Google’s Google Plus page.
Google Plus is a popular platform for sharing news, events, photos and other content, but it’s only recently begun offering its own version of the service.
The Watchmaker will allow users to quickly find and discover new content, with links to news and events and photo galleries.
It’ll also be able to offer recommendations to help users choose the right time to check out content they might otherwise miss.
Watchmaker’s creators claim the service can help users “better understand and discover the world around them,” which they say can help them better understand themselves.
“It will give you access to content that you never would have seen otherwise, or would have missed,” co-founder and CEO Alex Cappelli said.
WatchMaker will also be available in the Play Store for Android and Apple Watch.
Watch Maker is an effort to fill an important gap for Google in its watch platform.
The company recently launched a new Android Wear app, called Wear, that allows users to use their phone to track and control the devices they wear on their wrists.
Google Now, a search-based interface that displays information on nearby devices, is also available on Android Wear.
Watchmaking is the first to take advantage of Google’s Android Wear platform, which is powered by Google’s own services.
The new service will allow WatchMaker to integrate Google’s smartwatch platform, but the company also announced that it’ll be offering a free Android Wear version of Watchmaker to all users.
Watchmakers will be able choose between a free or premium subscription to the service, with premium users being able to add a number of premium features, including a “loyalty” feature.
Watch maker Google will not be selling the service on its own website, but rather through Google Plus.
Watch makers are currently limited to a handful of smartwatch platforms, including Samsung and LG.
Google recently announced WatchMaker for Android Wear, which will be free for all users, but only in the Google Plus platform.