Motorola's MotoACTV App Updated with Support for Android 2.1
Motorola today announced an update for the MotoACTV application that accompanies its MotoACTV smart watch. The new version of the MotoACTV app now supports all Android devices running Android 2.1 and up (previously it only supported Motorola devices). The application also adds some features. With it, Android uses can plan workouts from their phone, launch workouts from the MotoACTV, and see the workout data back on the phone. It also tracks the progress of personal fitness goals, and can be used to set up Wi-Fi networks for the MotoACTV watch. The updated application is free and will be pushed out starting today.
Apple Announces WatchOS 4.0
Apple today announced watchOS 4.0, a refresh of its wearable platform. One of the fist items to be added to watchOS 4.0 is a new Siri watch face that includes the owner's personalized data, such as commute times, calendar appointments, reminders, photo memories, weather updates, and more.
Google Brings Android Wear to the iPhone
Google today released an Android Wear application for iOS devices that makes the iPhone compatible with Google-based smartwatches. The Android Wear app works with the iPhone 5, 5s, 5c, 6, and 6 Plus as long as the phones are running iOS 8.2 and up.
Google Brings Interactive Watch Faces and Translate to Android Wear
Google today announced an update to its Android Wear platform that makes it possible to interact directly with watch faces. The revised watch face code lets watch faces change their design to reveal new information, such as notifications, or launch a specific app.
Apple Releases WatchOS 4.0 for the Apple Watch
Apple today made watchOS 4.0 available to the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 wearables. The platform prioritizes the heart rate monitor.
LG Watch Sport Targets Fitness Buffs, Supports Android Pay
LG today announced the LG Watch Sport, which is among the first wearables to ship with Google's Android Wear 2.0 platform on board. The Watch Sport is a circular, fitness-focused smartwatch that can track workouts and health data, such as distance covered and heart rate.
Little clarification please...
"The new version of the MotoACTV app now supports ALL ANDROID devices running Android 2.1 and up."
"The new version of the MotoACTV app now supports ALL MOTOROLA devices running Android 2.1 and up."
I ask because in the past it was Motorola exclusive, yet not supported by all Motorola devices. Regardless there are cracked versions which bypass the motoblur account verification checks, but I am curious.