Last week Motorola has officially kicked off the release of Android Marshmallows for its Android Wear. Both models of Motorbike 360 were sent the Android update 6.0.1 but, apparently, the update may be delayed for other Android watches.
Thus Motorola currently appears to be “an isolated case” in anticipation that other manufacturers start releasing the new update Wear that, for some models, it will trigger the ability to make and receive phone calls directly from the watch. The main new features of the update:
- Browse your watch with new gestures. Scrolling up and down the stream of card is as easy as shaking the wrist. Starting from today you can expand a card, call up your apps or return to home with a Push, a Lift and a Shake.
- Send as many messages only with your voice. With Android Wear, you could always get answers to questions expressed verbally. Now you can also use your voice to send messages through apps like Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, Nextplus, Telegram, Viber and Line [We also add Google Messenger!]. Late for lunch? Just say “Ok Google, send a message to Nathan with WhatsApp: be right there.”
- Voice calls and listening to messages on support for the speaker.Monitor your calls from your wrist is a great convenience of Android devices. By supporting the speaker, now you can receive and send calls over Bluetooth. And you can also listen to audio/video apps such as Glide. All you need is a watch with built in speaker, today ASUS ZenWatch 2 Watch and Huawei (49 mm).