Google has made it crystal clear that it is pulling out all the stops to make Android Wear one of the best wearable operating systems around. True to its word, Google has added offline music and GPS support in its latest update.
The Verge reports on the latest version of Android Wear.
According to The Verge:
Announced today in a blog post, the update unlocks some key fitness functionality. It now supports watches with built-in GPS sensors, providing new tools to track your distance and speed independent of your phone. Additionally, with the new software, you'll be able to pair Bluetooth headphones, and offline music playback will also be enabled.
The Sony SmartWatch 3 is the first Android Wear watch with a dedicated GPS sensor, and it is available for preorder today for $249.99 from Verizon Wireless, with Google Play availability soon.
Check out this video of the Sony SmartWatch 3 in action:
Here's some additional coverage of the new Android Wear update:
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