Tag Heuer announced the Bundesliga App for the Tag Heuer Connected Watch. The app displays live scores on the dial, smart!
The TAG Heuer Connected smartwatch was launched in the beginning of November 2015. TAG Heuer partnered with Intel and Google to make an Android Wear luxury watch. Today Tag Heuer and the German Football League announced the Bundesliga app.
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The Bundesliga app, developed by the German Football League, can be used on the TAG Heuer Connected watch exclusively until the end of the 2015/2016 season.
The app uses complications to display the scores in live games. This is a neat application for soccer fans who are able to spend $1,500 on a smartwatch.
The TAG Heuer Connected watch can display the most important functions of the Bundesliga app in the three "interactive counters" at 12 o'clock, 9 o'clock and 6 o'clock on the chronograph dial. The digital complications show the socre along with the team logos.
Users can select their favorite teams for whom they would like to receive information about live matches in the Bundesliga app. Users will then be shown significant match events on the chronograph dial. If users tap on a game or a result in one of the three chronograph counters, they are automatically redirected to the match's live ticker where the current score, the remaining time and the latest match events are displayed in a user-friendly manner.
Any available match events will be displayed upon launching the app, including half-time whistles, substitutions, goals, and yellow, yellow-red and red cards. When there are no matches, a countdown is shown to the next Bundesliga match featuring their favorite team.
Tag Heuer and the Bundesliga announced a marketing deal last summer. The Bundesliga App is surprising result of that partnership.
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Demand for the Tag Heuer Smartwatch is apparently high. In December Tag Heuer revealed that the weekly production had been raised from 1,200 units to 2,000 to meet the demand.