We all know very well that the tech giant Google has a very good habit of innovating new things and always tries to meet the application needs of its Android ecosystem. Hence, now according to the latest reports, recently, the tech giant Google has just launched a totally new operating system.
Google Just Launched A Totally New OS
The tech giant Google, in 2014, has launched a new operating system dedicated to smartwatches, Android Wear, with LG venturing into this new market with its G Watch.
Many brands and more than 50 models later, the tech giant Google announced a change that anticipates great news for this operating system. Android Wear has changed its name and is now Wear OS by Google.
Clocks with the tech giant Google’s operating system have long since ceased to be “exclusive” smartwatches for Android users. Although Apple Watch has a phenomenal success within the core of iDevices users, the truth is that in 2017, 1 in 3 new watch owners with Android Wear were also users of an iPhone.
Having this reality in mind, the tech giant Google has now decided to make some changes in this area, so that smartwatches with this operating system become even more universal. Android Wear has thus changed its name and is now being treated by Wear OS by Google.
This change of name precedes the event Baselworld dedicated to watchmaking and jewellery, which begins next week in Switzerland, where smartwatches will be present alongside the more traditional and classic watches.
With this change, the tech giant Google wants to show that it continues to develop technology thinking about the people who actually use their watches. Now Wear OS by Google is no longer a system for Android users, but a system for everyone.
In the new Google page dedicated to Wear OS by Google, you can learn the main features associated with this operating system and how you can interact with it and the complete collection of watches that currently exist with Google OS, a list which is likely to increase as early as next week.
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