If you're a proud owner of a Wear OS smartwatch from the likes of Fossil, Michael Kors, Mobvoi's Ticwatch or you're rocking a Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 you've got plenty of watch faces to throw onto that touchscreen display.
You should be able to find a bunch of watch faces already pre-installed onto your device – but you can find plenty more great options on the Google Play store – and through third party services like Facer. We have a guide to using Facer across different smartwatches, and this is a great way to find some seriously delightful Wear OS watch faces.
Regardless of whether you've picked up a TicWatch Pro 3 or Samsung's Wear OS 3.0-packing smartwatch, you have the power to mix things up in the watch face department.
We've picked some of our favorites that you can download directly from any Wear OS watch if it's running Wear 2.0 or above.
Dots simply drops time elements into circles and lets you additionally add a dot for showing off battery status too. There's theme colors aplenty to pick from and if you care about time over packing your screen with lots of complications, this is a real slick operator.
Free, Google Play
Bubble Cloud Wear OS Launcher
Give your Wear OS smartwatch a bit of an Apple Watch makeover with this bubble-based watch face – your app shortcuts turn into little floating circles, and you can customise the interface in a whole host of different ways. Apps can be sorted into folders too, if needed as well. If you love using Google's new Tiles (widgets), you can additionally add bubbles to Tiles to fit in more features on a single screen.Free, Google Play
Material Style is the design language that dominates Android (or at least Google's stock version of Android), and this watch face brings an approximation of it to your wrist – there are a total of 600 possible configurations available, and it also offers complication support so you can throw on extra glanceable information when you check in on the time.Free, Google Play
This is a really fun face to put on your smartwatch screen. The stars mark the hours as the rocket orbits around to tell you the time. There's dark and light colored themes and both options keep the complications away, letting that space-inspired face fill the display on your Wear watch.
$0.99/£0.99, Google Play
You've got plenty to like in the Bits watch face, which puts complications (or widgets) front and centre: the digital hands telling the time are actually a complication as well. It's up to you which ones you have on display, how you arrange them, and the colours you use.Free, Google Play
The A/D watch face sticks to the basics, but its minimal aesthetic is so well designed that we feel compelled to include it here. Just about every aspect of the design can be configured as well – the fonts, the colours, the numerals, the complications, and more.Free, Google Play
Primary Watch Face
Primary Watch Face crams that main watch screen with fitness stats, weather updates, the date and let you keep a close eye on that precious battery life. There's a free and premium versions, with the latter letting you add in complications, activity tracking, a missing notifications indicator and even battery consumption graphs. Go for the free option and you'll still get to show off the time, battery status, the date all in its slick pretty watch face look.
Free (in-app purchases), Google Play
Ranger Military Watch Face
This is a really nifty analog face option for Wear OS watch owners that makes room to show additional data with sub-dials and is optimised for circular and square watches. Its party trick is a dedicated night mode that makes it a more vibrant and easier place to glance at the time, check your watch-bound compass or see how chilly the temperature really is.
$0.99/£0.99, Google Play
There's a huge amount going on in this excellent Facer watch face for Wear OS. You get a choice of colours and complications, and a style that's very sophisticated – see humidity, step count, the moon phases, the time in digital and analogue form, and much more.$4.99 a month for Facer Premium, Facer
No matter what Wear OS watch you're sporting on your wrist, it'll become an instant eye-catcher once you've got the Rutherford Pro watch face installed. See your heart rate, step count, watch's battery level and plenty more on a classic racing car design.$4.99/£4.59 a month for Facer Premium, Facer
Aviator Mk. 7
A definite aviator look going on here, as the watch face name suggests – if your smartwatch has a built-in barometer, then you can see your altitude on your wrist. Add in a fine selection of complications and customization options, and it's well worth installing.$4.99/£4.59 a month for Facer Premium, Facer
Not only does Ultra pack plenty of info on the screen of your smartwatch, it also manages to look cool and funky while doing so. There's integration with Google Fit to show off stats and you can even count your cups of coffee on it. Some features are locked behind a premium upgrade, but there's plenty to enjoy for free, including the weather and battery widgets.
Designed to be easy to read and minimize battery drain, the Digitless face sets the time in colorful words against a black background. You'll get extra information along the bottom, which vanish in ambient mode, leaving you with just the the time, in words, in white. If you want a really sleek watch face to go with your sleek Wear watch, this is one of the best.
If you're after something a bit more elegant – though light on information – this one's a great look, particularly when used with a gold or rose gold case. Particularly well suited to Kate Spade or other female-focused Wear OS smartwatches, this is free via Facer – and certainly gets the nod from us.
Not a free watch face but a gorgeously well designed one, with letters, numbers and icons carefully sketched out by its creators. There are light and dark modes, as well as circular and rectangular designs, with the option to have the seconds shown as a series of dots.
$0.99/£0.89, Google Play
For something a little bit different on your wrist, check out Timr, which shows the time and the date – and that's about it. You can customize it to suit your own tastes, though, with a choice of 11 different main colors and three background colors to pick from.
This face also prefers to use words over numbers, but does so in a more creative way by "layering" different colored blocks (or maybe that's meant to be paper) on top of each other. We also like Citrus, a similar face by the same maker.
You have to pay for this one, but once you do you'll receive access to thousands of different watch face options – it's an Aladdin's cave of attractive designs, from digital to analogue and back again, and they can all be customized to suit your personal preferences.
$1.99/£1.59, Google Play
A simple but versatile face, the Classic Light is an official creation from watch maker Vaer. So close to resembling Vaer's physical watches, it even has the 100m water resistant marker in the middle – just remember that it isn't actually going to make your Wear watch any more waterproof. We like the dark blue version too.
Developed for both round and square watch faces, Radii takes its inspiration from the planets. It displays the date, time and battery life in what looks like an echo of our own planetary system.
You've got the day and date all the way over on the left, while in the center you've got the hour with the minutes next to it, almost like a moon. And then on the right you've got a little red meter checking on the battery life. Reach for the stars, indeed.
We love this retro-tastic watch face, inspired by the Casio classics of the 1980s. As well as telling you the time and prompting feelings of nostalgia, it keeps you updated with the battery status of your wearable.
Just a great-looking watch face, full stop, with a choice of different color and theme combinations (some of which you have to pay for). You can see weather and fitness data right on the face itself, and tap on-screen shortcuts to jump to specific watch apps.
An information-heavy, weather-based app that gives you a wealth of real-time weather data, with satellite images so you can see when rain is expected, and some nice forecast home screens too. There's lots of fun for free, but you do have to pay for some premium features. Also, check that your location supports some of the more impressive features like the useful weather radar.
This collection of watch faces has a simple goal: it just wants to be modern and minimalistic. You'll get a total of seven different watch faces, which work on both round and square watches. They run the gamut of watch styles, from simple and utility to chronograph, modular and sport. It's also got support for complications, with date and date-of-week complications being built right in.
If you're the proud owner of a Google Pixel , or if you're just particularly cut up about the continued absence of a real Pixel Watch, this face could be a useful answer. It'll brand your watch like a Pixel product, so you can kid your friends and, just maybe, yourself.