Google Announces Much-Needed Wear OS Revamp

Google Announces Much-Needed Wear OS Revamp

The Wear OS software was initially neglected by Google, and didn't receive regular updates to keep consumers and manufacturers enticed. Whilst its still being pushed by gorgeous little devices like the Ticwatch Pro, Wear OS really needs a newer chipset to live up to the Apple Watch.

However, before you jump on the bandwagon to purchase the next Wear OS enabled smartwatch, a wait is imminent for the next generation hardware as well.

"We're making it easier to browse, dismiss or take action on your notifications with the new notification stream".

These changes seem like a late reaction to Apple's watchOS. Users will now be able to just swipe up to start going through all of their notifications at once.

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The design change comes as Google tries to drag the Watch OS back from near extinction, covering as it does, a tiny fraction of the market. Later this year, his voice will come to the Google Assistant. The goal is to not only provide more information at a glance, but also make it easier to get to all of that content with just a swipe or two.

The notification menu has received a nice new update that allows users to swipe up to see all the notifications and if there is an important notification, simply tap on it and use the smart reply. It might even give you the weather forecast for your destination, and the more you use it the more relevant the information will become. The recent upgrade to Google Fit brought the addition of Move Minutes and Heart Points.

Swiping right will pull up the Google Assistant feed where you'll find all sorts of smart suggestions, tips about features you may not have tried and so on. Google has added more shortcuts like the "Find My phone" functionality and Google Pay when users swipe downwards. On the other hand, swiping left will take you to all the fitness related things, like the redesigned Google Fit. Furthermore, the interface shows you the commute time to work, flight status, your schedule for the day, your next event, etc.