Google’s looking for Wear OS users to give feedback on new products and services

Google’s looking for Wear OS users to give feedback on new products and services

Wear OS started with a lot of hype (then known as Android Wear), but several major updates later it’s still trying to find its place. Google has not had the same success with Wear OS as they’ve had with Android. Still, the company is not giving up on the platform, and now they’re looking for user input.

A Wear OS Community Manager posted on Reddit’s WearOS seeking Wear OS users to participate in Google’s user research studies. Signing up for it involves completing a rather long survey— one user commented that it took them about 20-25 minutes to complete. Just signing up doesn’t guarantee you’ll be invited for any particular user studies, however. If you’re interested in participating in Google’s user studies to shape the future of Wear OS, you can head to this link to sign up.

What am I signing up for?

By signing up, you’ll receive opportunities to participate in Google user studies. For example, we might have you try a prototype and provide feedback, or interview you about a new product.

We are actively seeking more people to join us for onsite studies in our Bay Area offices.

What do I get?

You will help focus our products on our users. While you don’t get anything for just signing up, we usually give participants a token of appreciation for taking part in a study.

Your feedback matters – help us shape the future of our products!


Alisha on behalf of Google User Experience Research

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Joe Fedewa
Joe Fedewa

Former Managing Editor at XDA-Developers. Lover of all things with displays.