The Google Pixel Watch’s March update makes it a better dumb watch
Google’s Pixel Watch has received a significant update this month, adding a number of new features and improvements that make it a much more capable smartwatch.
One of the most notable new features is the addition of a Always-On-Display (AOD) mode, which will keep the watch face visible even when the battery is low. This is a great addition for those who want to be able to tell the time even when their watch is dead, and it’s something that we’ve been wanting on the Pixel Watch for a long time.
Other new features include the ability to set alarms directly on the watch, as well as the ability to customise the watch faces with your own photos. There are also a number of improvements to the fitness tracking features, and the overall performance of the watch is said to be improved as well.
All of these new features make the Pixel Watch a more capable smartwatch, and it’s great to see Google continuing to support it with new features and improvements. If you’re thinking about buying a smartwatch, the Pixel Watch is definitely worth considering.