Google bought startup Cronologics to make Android Wear better

In 2014, former Google employees founded a startup Cronologics and began to work on their own platform for wearable gadgets. Summer company iMCO collected almost 300 thousand dollars on a smart watch CoWatch, which software was being developed by a startup team. The software is also interested in Google, and now Cronologics became part of the search giant.

In 2014, former Google employees founded a startup Cronologics and began to work on their own platform for wearable gadgets. Summer company iMCO collected almost 300 thousand dollars on a smart watch CoWatch, which software was being developed by a startup team. The software is also interested in Google, and now Cronologics became part of the search giant.
Back to basics

As reported Cronologics, they will join the team of developers of Android Wear. With a “green robot” team have created their operating system for smart watches is also built on Android. The basic idea of the interface was the fact that all major functions were available within a couple of taps or swipes, and users do not have to scroll through long menus on a small screen. All of this can be translated into future releases of Android Wear.
Android Wear 2.0 on the way

Currently, Google is working on an update to Android Wear 2.0, which will add a separate app store for smart Chassa and will reduce the dependence of gadgets from smartphone. The new software will be available in early 2017, but it is unknown whether the planned launch of new models of smart watches. For example, Motorola decided not to update the range of the Moto 360.

Source: Cronologics