The Motorola SmartWatch Moto 360, which has been so well received since arriving is updated and is now beginning to receive his share of Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The truth is that this update comes a few weeks later than the date set for it, but better late than never.

As before the update is being released gradually and therefore will be appearing in the coming days in user terminals as OTA. The new firmware comes with several new features, but perhaps one that can most attract attention is that Android 5.1.1 wake functionality WiFi Clock, a feature with which already it had but which nevertheless needed a software that could take advantage, as is the case with this latest operating system from Google.

The Motorola Moto 360 will get another set of new features such as “always visible” mode, which will keep the clock screen or an application, a new launcher that incorporates gestures wrist and given the option to access contacts or applications simply slide finger left or move from one record to another in applications with a flick of your wrist.

Notifications floating outside the main screen will also appear and can be seen when you get a message even if we are in any other application. For those with vision problems or who like to have a larger font size, the possibility to change the font size is also incorporated.

Finally, the clock will be locked when not relocate as and as a curiosity, offer the possibility of drawing emoticons and send to contacts. All these developments make this update as one of the most features incorporated into the wearable Motorola, giving the jump to the latest operating system to be fully updated just before the arrival of Apple Watch from which it expects a large rivalry in the second half of the year.

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