Sounds like Google is Happy with the turn of Most EVERY Smartwatch mfg. to Android Wear OS.  

On a blog posted early this Sept month, Google stated they’d expected the such STRONG Android Wear adoption and we agreed.

Android Wear, moving forward like clockwork” by Google, Inc’s Blog

“First, we’re bringing offline music playback and GPS support to Android Wear. Go for a run or bike ride with your Android wearable and leave your phone at home. You’ll be able to listen to music stored on your watch via Bluetooth headphones. And if your watch includes a GPS sensor, you can track your distance and speed too.

The second update will enable downloadable watch faces, so you can customize the visual design of your watch’s home screen to show the information you want to see most—like your calendar or fitness sensors. Developers will soon be working on watch faces, making them available on Google Play. “

Google continued to go on by listing the upcoming smartwatches harboring the new ‘Android Wear OS’

“We’re also continuing to work with manufacturers to bring you even more watch options, with different shapes, styles and sensors.

  1. The Asus Zen Watch, coming later this year, includes a bio sensor, so you can keep tabs on your fitness and relaxation levels throughout the day.

    The LG G Watch R uses a circular display, includes a heart rate monitor, and will be available later this year.
    Last, but not least, we’re happy to welcome Sony to the Android Wear family with the Sony SmartWatch 3. It uses a transflective display for easier readability in sunlight, includes a GPS sensor, and will be available later this year.

    The Moto 360, the first Android wearable with a round display, is now available for sale in the U.S.

Read the complete version of Google September 5, 2014 post by following this link on their blog at