Android Wear update introduces GPS support and offline music playback

by XB on 24th October 2014

in Accessories, Android


Android WearGoogle has released a new update for Android Wear that brings support for GPS sensors as well as offline music playback. The Sony SmartWatch 3 is the first Android Wear device to include a GPS sensor. This means that if you want to track your progress whilst you go for a run or ride your bike, then you no longer need to take your phone with you. The Sony SmartWatch 3 also features 4GB of internal storage, allowing you to store some of your favourite tracks and listen to them via Bluetooth headphones. The SmartWatch 3 will be released at the end of October 2014.

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Via Android Blog.

  • duke1

    Offline music playback just released in this update? Sorry, but this should’ve landed at the start of Android Wear.

  • Siyam Hossain

    Now it’s time for Android wear. All the features of smartphones will be available there within a few years.

  • Rob

    So.. Within a few years is the time for Android wear.

  • Bob

    Yeah haha, sw2 had it ages ago :p

  • lovebmw

    If there is a GPS, and i can use it for running, i can kiss my Garmin GOOD BYE

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  • Alberto Cano

    I wonder what’s the battery life when used as a BT music player.

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