Gear Feed Settings for Wear APK

Version: 6.38 for Android, Windows PC, Mac.

Updated on: 2024-03-07

Author: ilker Aktuna

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App details

Version: 6.38
App size: 7.5 MB

Latest updates:

6.3: Android release optimization

In addition to Samsung Tizen OS based wat... read more

App Description:

This is an app to access Feedly feeds on wearables.
Samsung Tizen OS watches (Gear S2, S3,... read more


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Installation instructions

Gear Feed Settings for Wear works on any Android devices (requires Android 6.0 or later). You can also install and run this application on your PC or Mac by using an Android emulator app. Here's how to do it:

Install Gear Feed Settings for Wear on Android devices

Select one of the two options below, depending on the type of file you downloaded from this page.

Install APK file

Find and select the APK file. Tap 'Install' when the APK installer menu shows up. Afterwards, complete the installation by following any additional instructions that appear on-screen.

Install XAPK file

To install a .XAPK file, first download and install the Split APKs Installer (SAI) application. Then, open the SAI app and choose the "Install APKs/XAPK" option. Locate the .XAPK file you wish to install and click 'Install.'

Install Gear Feed Settings for Wear on Windows 10/11 and Mac

This app can be operated on a computer with an Android emulator. While there are various emulators available, this tutorial uses BlueStacks, which is compatible with both Mac and Windows systems.

Installing BlueStacks is straightforward. Simply download the installer from the BlueStacks website and run it. Be aware that the installer is large and setting up the engine might take some time.

If you don't have other programs associated with APK/XAPK file types, BlueStacks will open these files by default. To install an app, either double-click the APK/XAPK file or drag-and-drop it onto the BlueStacks home screen. Then, confirm the installation. Once installed, the app will appear on the BlueStacks home screen.

That's all! You've now successfully installed Gear Feed Settings for Wear on your PC Windows and Mac using BlueStacks.

If you have any questions, please post them in the discussion section below.


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Older versions

6.38 (638)2024-03-07
6.30 (630)2023-12-25
This is an app to access Feedly feeds on wearables.
Samsung Tizen OS watches (Gear S2, S3, Watch) were already supported.
Now in addition to Tizen OS based watches, Wear OS (Android) based watches (Samsung Watch 4, Fossil etc.) are also supported.

Former name of the app was "Gear Feed Settings for Gear" and it was only the companion app for Samsung Tizen watches.
Now the app is both companion for Tizen and Wear OS based watches allowing settings for the wearable apps, and also the main app for Wear OS is distributed under this application bundle.

Tizen watch part of the app is distributed in Samsung App Store with the name "Samsung Gear S2/S3 Gear Feed (Feedly for Gear)"

So if you have a former Samsung watch with Tizen OS, you have to download the wearable part of the app from Samsung App Store.

On the Android phone, this app is for settings of the watch app. It allows setting which Feedly streams you will follow on your watch.

You must have a Feedly account and some feed subscriptions to benefit from this app.

To access Feedly, and create your account please go to
After creating your Feedly account, add your favorite feeds on the site. Then you can login to the account on this app and select the feeds you wish to see on your watch.
After these steps you will be able to see the feeds on your watch (either Tizen or Wear OS)
6.3: Android release optimization

In addition to Samsung Tizen OS based watches, now Wear OS (Android) based watches are also supported. You can enjoy Feedly on both Tizen and Wear OS watches now.

New Features:
- Wear OS device support
- New Android API optimization
- Stability fix
- Fewer Feedly API requests