Hot on the heels of the new Android Wear update, Motorola has added a bunch of new features for the Moto 360 2nd generation.
The 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for Android Wear landed on Google-powered smartwatches last week (check out the video in partnership with Btekt below), but now Motorola has tacked on its own additions, to amp up its flagship smartwatch.
In addition to the new gestures and improved battery life, which include flicking through screens and shaking away notifications with your wrist, Motorola has added a new version of Moto Body, its fitness app. You can use Moto Body – previously the preserve of the Moto 360 Sport – to track runs on your smartwatch, and then hook the data up to existing platforms such as Strava, Under Armour Record and Fitbit.
Elsewhere you’ll find new app permissions (yawn), six new languages and also big improvements, including one that affected pairing with Bluetooth headsets.
We’re going to be spending time with the new additions and updating our Android Wear reviews and guides shortly. If you’ve already got hold of the updates, why not let us know how you’re finding them in the comments below.