Google made some subtle changes to its smartwatch operating system, Wear OS a?? and it proves that a little bit goes a long way

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The new version of Google's smartwatch operating system, Wear OS, isn't exactly revolutionary. It's not a major change, design-wise, to last year's version, and it doesn't really have any futuristic new features. Instead, Google made small changes that seem to have a singular focus: to make your life easier. The new Wear OS - which doesn't have a new name, or even a new number; it's simply the "next evolution" - began rolling out to smartwatches at the end of September. Google still relies on third-party watchmakers to utilize its software, and doesn't offer its own smartwatch. To that end, I've been testing the new Wear OS on one of Google's partner watches, a Fossil Q Venture HR, over the last few weeks. Here's what it's like.
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