Motorola Moto 360 now has more watch faces to choose from

Motorola Moto 360 now has more watch faces to choose from
Looking for a new watch face for your Motorola Moto 360? Now, you have some additional choices to pick from. An update to the Moto Connect app is bringing these new watch faces to the timepiece. Five new looks, to be exact, have been added including the dark Pascual face. Dials II allows you to track two other time zones, and Roman features large Roman numerals. Also available is the flower-oriented Blossoms. The fifth option is called My Design, and you can probably figure out why.

With My Design, you can use a picture that you snapped yourself and crop it so that it will fit the nearly circular shape of the Moto 360 display. Besides the new watch faces, there have been some other recent changes to the wearable. As we told you on Friday, new metal straps for the timepiece are now on sale.

The Motorola Moto 360 now faces some competition from the LG G Watch R, which is the first fully round smartwatch. Thought that title belonged to the Moto 360? The display on the latter flattens out at the bottom, allowing the LG G Watch R to become the first with a 360 degree display.


via: AndroidCentral

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6 Comments

1. TRUVILLE

Posts: 146; Member since: Sep 11, 2014

Moto 360 and the Asus zen watch are the best on the market but I still don't have a reason to need a smartwatch and I'll wait till prices drop on this two or they add some features that can be a great help to my day to day life.

2. palmguy

Posts: 982; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

A SmartWatch is like having a scooter that you have in your car trunk that you pull out to go from the car in the parking lot to the store.

3. jroc74

Posts: 6023; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

Depends on the features of that smart watch.

4. javier34c unregistered

Personally, I would like to have a Moto 360 with an e-ink display like the pebble because of battery life. I mean it though as if it was a customizable option when paying for it.

5. unknownplan

Posts: 3; Member since: Oct 24, 2014

I would love to buy a Moto 360 but the thing that's keeping me is there is no hands-free calling in android wear, in case google adds it in AW 2.00 or something moto 360 dosnt have the required hardware to support it yeah? My friend has a Gear 2 and whenever he gets a call he uses hand-free in the watch, looking all cool like Michel knight ;D

6. mossman

Posts: 23; Member since: Apr 03, 2014

I would say that was the big advantage of the Gear 2. If you picked up a call, it would pick up and you could take it from the watch or a headset. In the case of a headset, you had to click on a button on the watch to transfer it from the timepiece to the headset, which wasn't all that slick in my opinion. On the Moto 360, you can pick up a call, but it's inconsistent in terms of working right and you can't take the call on the watch as there is no speaker.

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