Banjo, the app that organizes the world’s social posts by location so you can see what’s happening at any event or place around the world, will be available on a new platform; the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Today Samsung launched the much anticipated Galaxy Gear Watch at IFA in Berlin. Banjo is honored to have been selected to provide a location based experience for Galaxy Gear users.
With Banjo for Galaxy Gear, you can see live streaming photos from your favorite music, sports and breaking news events as they happen. This new version of Banjo makes it easy to keep up with friends as you get notified on your watch when they are near you. You can also take an amazing photo from an event and share via Facebook or Twitter.
Here is a preview of the new Banjo for Samsung’s Galaxy Gear. From the home screen you get access to all the live events on Banjo, number of new friend nearby notifications and one click access to taking a photo straight from your watch.
Samsung watch users can now have immediate access to many of the things they love about Banjo on the phone. Select live events and see photo galleries from all of those events, right on the watch.
Never miss that amazing photo again. While your friends are busy searching for their phones, you will have already taken and posted pictures to your favorite social networks, straight from your watch.
Wearable technology is becoming the future of mobile computing and Samsung has developed the most sophisticated smart watch to date. We can’t wait for you to experience Banjo on Samsung Galaxy Gear. You’ll have so much fun, you just might lose track of time.