Google Rolls Out Wear OS 2.1 Update

After getting the attachment with smartphones, now people want to own smartwatches and other kinds of smart wearables and those kinds of wearables are powered by the Wear OS which is developed by the Mountain View company Google. The Wear OS is an operating system which is meant for wearable just like the Android which is meant for the smartphones.

Well, today Google rolls out the Wear OS 2.1 update and that will bring the gesture based navigation on the smartwatches which is powered by Google’s operating system. Furthermore, the update also brings improved access to notification, increased integration with Google Assistant, and health monitoring features.

One of the biggest highlights of the update, the swiping gestures and that includes the way you can see notification by swiping up and swiping down will bring some useful features like Find My Phone and the Google Pay app. Well, now if you swipe to the left side you will land in the Google Fit app which comes with a new feature called Heart Points and Move Minutes which were implemented with join efforts with the American Heart Association and the World Health Organization. Finally, swiping right will give you access to the Google Assistant and that will help you to update with the information like weather, traffic, reminders and more. It also encourages you to try out features which you may not have used before.

Google already started to roll out the new update and if you can’t wait, then check for the latest update manually by heading to the Settings > System > About > System Updates on your smartwatch.

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