The latest Android Wear update, which was previously available exclusively on the pricey LG G Watch Urbane, has started rolling out to lesser smartwatches.
The update brings a lot of exciting features to Google wearable platform. The most significant of which is activating the Wi-Fi capabilities on certain watches.
This allows users to continue receiving notifications away from your smartphone, as long as both devices are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Wi-Fi functionality will make an appearance on the LG G Watch Urbane, Moto 360, Sony Smartwatch 3 and Samsung Gear Live.
In addition to Wi-Fi, smartwatches will also get the ability to recognise hand drawn emoji -- an idea borrowed from the Apple Watch.
Finally, the select devices will also receive an enhanced UI, allowing better multitasking, app selection, and the option to pair multiple watches to a single phone.
The update will begin rolling out in the coming weeks, so until then sit back, relax, and wait patiently.
If Google can continue pushing new features at a regular intervals, we expect to see the platform flourish.