Google has introduced an replace to Wear OS, with smartwatches operating on the software program set to see enhancements to Google Pay, design and fixes for bugs.
The transfer comes as the corporate launches a brand new beta for Android P, with probably the most notable change showing to return by the contactless cost system. As Google itself places it within the app description, ‘quick-starting Google Pay’ is now an possibility for customers, although it does not go into elaborate element on what precisely has modified.
If we’re guessing – and it’s pretty self-explanatory, let’s be trustworthy – we think about that the tech has improved to permit an instantaneous launch of the cost system. And that’d be a welcome addition, since paying by the likes of the Apple Watch has to date confirmed to be a way more seamless expertise.
However, as we are saying, enhancements to Pay aren’t the one factor included within the replace, which hit the Google Play Retailer on 25 July. A repair has additionally come to a time zone bug, whereas the design tweaks we noticed come to the menus earlier this 12 months have additionally been enhanced. Google says its UI is now ‘extra glanceable’, although we suspect the improve is just very minor on this division.
Sadly, we’re but to see customers of Wear OS on iOS catered for, although we suspect the identical adjustments will start rolling out over the approaching weeks. Till then, although, Android customers can replace their Wear OS app and start having fun with all the brand new tweaks.