If you happen to be the lucky owner of a Tesla Model S and have been holding out hope for an Android Wear app to control it, you'll certainly want to check out the Tesla Command app for Android Wear. Android Developer Matthew Patience has come up with the app and while it only allows for some basic functions such as locking and unlocking the doors, opening and closing the sunroof and honking the horn, there's more features already planned.
To make use of Tesla Command, you need to log in to Tesla online services but from there, no additional apps are required and you can do everything noted directly from your wrist. Check out the video to see it in action. It's pretty slick and seems to work pretty fast, so for those who can make use of it, it's something new and all rather fun to try out.
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