Android Wear is getting a bump up to version 5.0.2, with some fixes for Google Fit syncing and other all-around housekeeping.
Android Police reports a build number of LWX49K is hitting the LG G Watch and Smartwatch 3, with LWX49L for the Moto 360.
The Moto 360 release notes don’t give us too many more details, indicating an update to Google Play services and a “variety of system optimizations and security updates to improve performance and stability.”
One clue is found in the Android Wear help forums, where Google employee Soji Ojugbele posted Wednesday that an update to Android Wear and Google Play Services would fix the issues with Fit.
Presumably this update will roll out to other Android Wear watches, it’s just going to be a matter of waiting for it to arrive. If we spot any other feature improvements we’ll be sure to let you know.
The impact on you: If you have an Android Wear watch, this may fix some of the inconsistencies with Google Fit, which turns your wearable into a step counter and fitness tracker. Google Fit isn’t nearly as popular as the fitness platforms developed by Nike, Fitbit, or Jawbone, but it’s a useful enough feature that Google can’t just let any bugs go unsquashed.