[CONTEST CLOSED] Win a Ticwatch E courtesy of Wearable Notifications and Techaeris

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Ticwatch E

Wearable Notifications has offered to give away a brand new Ticwatch E and a promo code for Wearable Notifications to one of our readers!

We’re always happy to offer giveaways for our readers, and today we’ve got a Ticwatch E up for grabs care of our friends over at Wearable Notifications. But just what are Wearable Notifications, and why are they giving away a Ticwatch E to our readers? Keep reading for a bit more about the app and then continue on for the giveaway.

Android Wear 2.0 has some obvious improvements over its predecessors, with one of the major additions being complications, or customizeable areas where notifications or other information can be displayed. At its unveiling, Google showed off some pretty impressive notification support on Android Wear, but heretofore that support hasn’t exactly come. Sure, there’s basic notification support, though compared to what it *could* be, it’s pretty severely lacking. That’s where Wearable Notifications comes in. Wearable Notifications gives you a much more robust look at what type of notifications you’re receiving, all from your Android Wear 2.0 device. I’ve been testing Wearable Notifications ever since I received the Fossil Q Explorist for review, and it’s definitely a great experience. Once you see what Wearable Notifications can do you’re not going to want to go back to the stock Android Wear notifications at all.

Google notifications upper left, Wearable Notifications upper right. In larger complication boxes, the paid app will show long text as available (more text will be shown when the response isn’t simply “K”)

Even better? Wearable Notifications will work with any Android Wear 2.0 watch face that supports 3rd party data providers, so you can simply add your notifications to any area on your favorite watch face that fits those criteria. If you’d like some suggestions, there are a few featured watch faces that you can peruse on on the Wearable Notifications homepage.

Wearable Notifications will offer great functionality in its free version, but for a one-time $.99 IAP you’ll unlock all available features, and any new features as they’re added in the future. The current breakdown of free vs. paid features is as follows:

Free version supports:

  • Notifications from the 5 pre-selected Apps
  • Displaying the icon from the App that produced the Notification
  • Displaying the # count

Paid version supports:

  • Notification from *any* App installed on your phone
  • Displaying the icon from the App that produced the Notification
  • Displaying the # count
  • Displaying some of the Content from the Notification (_on Watch Faces that support “Long Text”_)

Wearable Notifications is currently in open beta, but will be officially launching out of beta in the coming months.

Wearable Notifications is currently in open beta, but will be officially launching out of beta in the coming months. To celebrate its launch, Wearable Notifications has offered to give away a brand new Ticwatch E and a promo code for Wearable Notifications to one of our readers! We’ve not reviewed this particular smartwatch here on Techaeris, however it looks to be a nice addition to the Android Wear 2.0 family. Even better, you’ll be on your way to improved notifications right out of the box with your promo code for Wearable Notifications. Keep reading for information on how to enter, and check out Wearable Notifications for more information on the app. If you’ve already got a Wear 2.0 device that you’re happy with, don’t fret! Simply share this post from our Facebook, Google+, or Twitter share of this article along with how you think Wearable Notifications would improve your Android Wear experience for a chance to get a promo code for the paid version of Wearable Notifications. You can also check out the open beta on the Play Store for free. The social share promo codes are in addition to the prizes that will be awarded via the Rafflecopter below.

The rules are very simple. You MUST use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter or your entry WILL NOT count. So to access the methods of entry please continue to the Rafflecopter widget below to begin. There will be ONE winner picked at random.

Please read all the terms and conditions. This is a United States ONLY giveaway (not including Puerto Rico or APO/FPO). Good luck to all!

NOTE: If you are entering on a mobile device and the entry widget opens in a new page, complete the steps and then return to the contest page to add your comment below. Alternatively, if you see an “Enter the Giveaway” button and not a widget, you can comment first before you click the button. When you comment, make sure you use the same email address for the Rafflecopter entry as you do for Disqus in order for us to confirm your comment entry.

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