Here's the skinny on what's new in this update:
- Moto Body enhanced calorie calculation: Moto Body now takes heart rate into account when calculating calories burned.
- Moto Body heart rate continuous measure: Heart rate measures in Moto Body are now continuously updated, you don't need to tap to re-scan while you are in the app.
- Security updates: Includes the updates of Android monthly security bulletin until May 1st 2016
- Stability Improvements: Includes changes that fix bugs and improve stability.
As far as version numbers are concerned, this update bumps the watches up to software build MWD49B. While the update may take some time to roll out to everyone, you can manually check by heading to your watch's Settings menu.
Everything you need to know about the Huawei P40 and P40 Pro
Huawei is getting ready to enter 2020 with a splash thanks to its upcoming P40 and P40 Pro smartphones. Here's everything we know about the phones' specs, design, release, and more.
Why aren't you getting the Galaxy S20?
The Galaxy S20 is an impressive phone, but it's also not for everyone. Recently, a lot of our AC forum members got to talking about why they won't be upgrading to it.
The HyperX Cloud Flight S is an amazing wireless headset with a boring mic
HyperX has made a range of good headsets, and now the company is introducing the Cloud Flight S to the lineup. After having the chance to test it out, it's easily my new favorite.
Keep your new Fitbit Versa safe from harm with a screen protector
If you're the proud owner of a spiffy smartwatch like the Fitbit Versa 2, you want to keep it safe from harm. We've gathered up the best screen protectors you can buy.