Android Wear, Google’s operating system made by and for wearables, has been getting into our lives and especially in our wrists slowly. Today, this wonderful operating system, on the other hand, has not taken off, but has been updated to version 1.3 with interesting developments that seek to do this system even more complete.
The first novelty, and perhaps one of the most visual, is the inclusion of interactive watchfaces. So far, clicking on the screen of your smartqatch you access to applications and settings, but now charging is more important. Now, if you click on certain sites of the screen you will access more information or any particular application. The first three watchfaces that do this are, according to Google, Bits, Under and Pujie. Do not hesitate to take a look.
The following watchface is Together. Basically it is an application that allows us to synchronize our intelligent watch with that of another person who has also installed. That way we can share information and interact with it. Obviously, this requires that one of your contacts have a smartwatch and have upgraded to version 1.3. Simply with Together we must find the application on our watch and follow the steps.
The third novelty is the inclusion in the system of Google Translate. Now we can translate our voice to more than 44 languages. Just we have to talk to the watch and this we will translate the language we want to. If you are talking with someone, the watch will detect the two voices and allow us to maintain a conversation. We just have to talk and when the other talk turn your wrist so that your smartwatch do the translation of what he said.
Last but not least important, Wi-Fi is enabled for the LG G Watch R. These are all Android Wear innovations introduced in this new version of its operating system. You only have to wait until you get the notice and update your smartwatches.