Google initially uncovered the Android Wear 2.0 at its I/O conference event prior this year. Numerous have been envisioning its release from that point onward. In any case, it appears like fans have significantly all the more holding up to do as Google’s Android Wear 2.0 release has now been pushed to 2017.
The Android Wear 2.0 is relied upon to come stuffed with the most recent working framework alongside huge amounts of new features. Here are a couple overhauls that clients will have the capacity to profit:
Android Wear 2.0 : Play Store features
With Play Store for Android Wear, users can scan suggested applications in the home view and search applications utilizing voice, keyboard, handwriting and recommended queries so they can discover applications all the more effortlessly.
Users can likewise switch between numerous accounts and upgrade or uninstall applications in the ‘My applications’ perspective on their watch.
Moreover, if users need an application on their watch yet not on their phones, they can essentially introduce just the watch application from the on-watch store.
There are many other updates that the Android Wear 2.0 is expected to receive and users can read about it on Google’s official blog website.
Android Wear now creates Smart Reply reactions for Messaging Style notices. These are created by an altogether on-watch machine learning model utilizing the ontext provided by the Messaging Style notification.
‘We’ve gotten tons of great feedback from the developer community about Android Wear 2.0 – thank you! We’ve decided to continue the preview program into early 2017, at which point the first watches will receive Android 2.0,’ says Google.
The reason for the delay of Android Wear 2.0 as reported by Tech Times is that the operating system is apparently not yet ready for prime time. Google wants to resolve bugs and wants its developer community to keep spotting more.