Motorola already rolled out an autonomy-improving software goodie pack last month, and now, they’re getting a piece of the Android Wear 4.4.W.2 updating action as well.
This one comes straight from Google and made its way to LG’s G Watch first, but Motorola tinkered with it a little so as 360 owners can get the most of their beautiful timepieces. As such, you’ll be getting generic bug fixes, some user interface tweaks and, above all, new smart battery saving functions.
Namely, once juice goes down to 15 percent, ambient mode automatically switches off, whether you want it to or not.
Casual Moto 360 users may be surprised to see the wearable piece now holds a charge for nearly two days, and even the most tech-obsessed should get north of a full day’s use.