21639 ratings (3.981 average)
What's new in this version (3.3.10):
- Increased stability
- Fixed bugs in Volume action
- New Name, Smart Connect replaces LiveWare™ manager from
Android version 4.0
- New intuitive UI
- Integrating SmartTags support
- Introducing Events
• Personalized events based on device and/or time
• Each event can trigger about 15 different actions
• 12 preconfigured events
Smart Connect (LiveWare™ Manager) allows you to decide what happens when you connect your smartphone to another device. Smart Connect is provided from Android 4.0
Users running earlier versions of Android will be advised to use LiveWare™ manager and will not be able to install Smart Connect on their smartphones unless they upgrade their phone software to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
LiveWare™ Manager (Available prior to Android 4.0)
Manage smart accessories like SmartWatch or Smart wireless headset pro. Downloads any needed applications and finds third party applications when available
Smart Connect (Available from Android 4.0)
Manage smart accessories like SmartWatch, Smart wireless headset pro or SmartTags. Downloads any needed applications and finds third party applications when available
Create events based on device, time and actions. For instance connecting a headset, launching the music player and playing music while at home. A rich set of preconfigured events available from start
Last comments from Android Market
Can't even work on X10......
Software sux too bad
Imported liveview from EU and can't get anything to work on HTC Desire Z running CM 6.1.0. LAME! SE pick up your $#1! Ur guys' dev sux
Felix Knecht (*)
Doesn't work on desire z with cmod 6.1 Just returned my liveview device. Don't be tempted to buy one!
Will not stay connected.
Unfortunately connection problems continue. N1
Does what it is should. The actual live view accessory is another story. It is probably a good sporting accessory though.
Don't rate stuff unless you've used it. App is pointless so why 5 stars?
Interesting product totally unusable due to SE's poor software (again).