An Android Wear software update is currently rolling out to two of the platform’s existing devices. The Moto 360 and Gear Live are greeting owners with version 4.4W.1 (KGW42N). Since these devices from Motorola and Samsung are receiving the update as we speak, it is safe to assume that the LG G Watch is going to be getting it very soon.
Part of the software update requires your paired smartphone to have the latest version of Google Maps. When searching for somewhere, the Android Wear device will display multiple destinations that fit the same kind of location. A search for a coffee shop with display various coffee shops in a specific area. Also, users can select their method of navigation (driving, bicycling, walking) with turn-by-turn directions to follow. And the watch will now provide a little vibration when a turn is required.
The other part of this update involves alarms. Users can now set a new alarm that is recurring. Previously, a user had to go through the process of setting up a new alarm whenever one was needed. Using voice commands, this can all be done without touching the smartwatch.
Via: Android Police