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When an Android handheld (phone or tablet) and Android wearable are connected, the handheld
automatically shares notifications with the wearable. On the wearable, each
notification appears as a new card in the context stream.
However, to give users the best experience, you should add wearable-specific functionality to the
notifications you already create. The following lessons show you how to
create notifications that are catered for handhelds and wearables at the same time.
Figure 1. The same notification displayed on a handheld and wearable.
- Creating a notification
- Learn how to create notifications with wearable features with the Android support library.
- Receiving Voice Input
in a Notification
- Learn how to add an action to a wearable notification that receives voice input from users and delivers
the transcribed message to your handset app.
- Adding Pages to a Notification
- Learn how to add additional pages of information that are visible when the user
swipes to the left.
- Stacking Notifications
- Learn how to place all similar notifications from your app in a stack, allowing users to view
each notification individually without adding multiple cards to the card stream.