Android Wear is the platform for wearables designed to put the power of Google on your wrist. It keeps you always connected by delivering tailored alerts from your smartphone, but also acts as a point of input for interaction with your apps. It’s designed to be simple, operated through a number of touch gestures, with plenty of options for voice control.
Android Wear has progressed through several generations of devices, with most manufacturers having released one or two models so far. LG has progressed from the G Watch to the Watch Urbane; Motorola has issued the second generation of its Moto 360 and Android Wear is starting to attract new manufacturers like Fossil and Tag Heuer, as it moves from the preserve of tech companies, to traditional watch brands.
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