Another month and another great idea of ​​an American company. Soon the next thing on Android Pay can wait for a big change. Google would not be in the same place if it did not change something every few weeks. What is it about?

The Android Wear system is such a stray sheep. The software has existed for a long time, it has got a lot of refreshment and in total … the news is quiet. Of course, the American giant introduces smaller or larger optimizations, but in vain here to speak about great revolutions. Google treats the negligible version of Android for garments and it's hard to be surprised. Smartwatches and other wearables are not and will not be very popular in the near future. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/815744/huawei-watch-3-produkcja/ After installing the latest version of Google Play services, a smartphone using a wearable accessory added from each other also … Wear OS . What is this? You can suspect that another rebranding and change related to Android Wear. Similarly, as recently as Google decided to convert Android Pay mobile payments into Google Pay. Are we facing another revolution related to naming and the entire platform for garments? It's more than likely. Probably in two months Google will reveal to us why it changes the name and proposes further changes in the service that has worked so far without any problems. I doubt that there will be more serious particulars behind the rebranding, because even if new products appear, it will be like updating to Android Wear 2.0 – users had to wait longer than LG introduced the V30 model to Europe. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/816086/apple-rynek-wearables-dane/ Will Google make us excited again about Android Wear and the new possibilities of smartwatches or smart wristbands? It is very possible, but as usual, I look at the actions of an American company in a really skeptical manner. At the moment, you can only beg, but it would be great if all these changes in Google's names and plans translated into a new quality of using the services of the giant. Renaming does not mean that something will become better and more popular …

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