Just got my copy yesterday.
Since I discovered has Wiiwatch doesn’t allow replies to messages, unlike Ticwatch OS,
I’ve installed lots of stuff on it to make it independent.
Tried using it without my phone today:
- some apps just won’t work due to big dialog boxes (can’t scroll or resize)
- many apps need to run as square to access their Settings icon, lots of ( ) [ ] switching lol
- button savior trigger is useful with power saver off (deep in Settings)
- gboard is very big to use, eats up more than half the screen; need a better keyboard
- lack of back button is a major pain
- there’s no light sensor despite flat tyre
- battery life is two charges a day for real usage (like a phone)
- missing Settings like font size and widget size unless you “hack” using an app that needs a setting (e.g. Google’s Accessibility Scanner and Button Saviour will bring up Accessibility Settings menu upon first run)
- you can get the normal Notifications via apps like Button Saviour, this gives access to Do Not Disturb menu
- I overloaded the watch, always 100% ram used, and Bubble launcher had some stuck icons (can’t reach to tap)
Strangely, loving it, except for battery life!