When Samsung launched Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch back in August, the company promoted it by saying watch will get official YouTube, Twitter & Google Translate app. Now after 3 months it looks like these 3 apps from official developers are not going to release for Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch. The SamMobile team reached to the Samsung and got the answer whether the official apps are coming to new smartwatches and the Samsung answered it has no idea when these app launches into the Galaxy Store. When the source digs more then it finds out the apps that Samsung was using to promote the new Galaxy Watch Active 2 has made by third-party developers.
The third-party developer TecAce is the company that launched client apps of Twitter, YouTube & Google Translate and you can see them in the Galaxy Store. When you search for any of the apps then you will get the search results from TecAce developers and the apps created by them.
Samsung highlighted YouTube, Twitter & Google Translate apps when it announced Galaxy Watch Active 2 and since then many users are waiting for the official release date. Now users have to wait for unknown time to use such apps on the Samsung smartwatches.
The TecAce company has created the apps as a third-party client and some users have noticed that the gateway company is using for Twitter is not secure. That means, the information you share with the company is not secure and the same is with Google Translate.
You will get some errors while using Google Translate and YouTube also compromises the video quality. Compare to Apple Watch & Wear OS platform, Samsung smartwatches lack into quality apps and now this news is really heartbreaking for Samsung watch users.