The Android Wear 2.0 is a concept that has been awaited for a long time. This much needed software update is going to hit our favourite smartwatches pretty soon, so if you don’t have one, get one today.
Although we have been using smartwatches for a long time now, the Android watches seem to be having the best response. Various brands have launched their wearables and few have survived till the finish, to look beyond what Android has to offered in its initial software version. My personal favourite is the Moto 360 2, and I am pretty excited to see what changes will be available when it gets the update.
The Android wear 2.0 update is expected to come with pretty much every logical change that is expected out of a new OS. Apart from looking pretty in all its grandeur in material design, the update will let you use other apps with convenience and other apps that will work as applications that can function independently. Reports claim that the watch may have improved watch faces and will be able to handle your fitness programs if you are one that keeps his eyes on the target.
Fortunately, Android Wear 2.0 is not very far off. In a recent event, Google declared that it had to push back the event even further, but of late, we know that the tentative date of launch of this software update is around 9th of February this year.
With this update just a few days away, people who do not have smart watches will flock to buy one of their own. If you are amongst one of them, then there are a lot of options for you. You can use the Asus ZenWatch 2 or 3, the Fossil Q Wander, Marshal or Founder and the Moto 360 Gen 2 or Sport, to name a few. You can buy watches from LG and Samsung too, and those that are very designer brand centric people can opt for the Michael Kors Access Bradshaw or Dylan, from Michael Kors. Pick anyone of the brands that defines your personality and you will get Android Wear 2.0 update regardless.