Android Wear was recently updated to version 1.4. The latest version brings new methods of control over the smartwatch.This Android Wear 1.4 which will bring to a smartwatch – shortly after that, we saw the rollout of the update commence for the second-generation Moto 360. Every app that you can use and improve functionality via your Android Wear device Android Wear is finally a reality in more than just concept videos and presentations.The Moto 360 Sport runs Android Wear 1.3.0.x, based on Android 5.1.1. So far it has performed flawlessly. Motorola included a few fitness focused apps.
The Moto 360 Sport runs Android Wear 1.3.0.x, based on Android 5.1.1. So far it has performed flawlessly. Motorola included a few fitness focused apps.While that’s still not reached all units, Motorola has also started pushing out the update to its first smartwatch, the original 360 from 2014. The new software has support for more languages, screen dimming, new wrist gestures, Doze mode (which should improve battery life), manual settings for date and time, audio improvements for Bluetooth headsets, and the ability to send messages with your voice through popular third-party apps. Android Wear vs Apple Watch: The Key Differences. We’ve already gone into a lot of detail about how Android Wear and the Apple Watch compare but summarizing.
Android Wear Contextually aware and smart, Android Wear gives you useful information at a glance and responds.As with all staged rollouts, it could still be a few days until every Moto 360 device out there pops up the coveted notification.The Android Wear update to version 1.4 brings support for a number of watch gestures.A Huawei Watch owner has passed along his experience with a test build of Android Wear 1.4.0, running on Android 6.0.1.