I have been having fun digging out old Android Wear Smartwatches, and seeing how the new version of the software gives them new life. I have installed Wear OS 2.1 on my LG Watch Urbane watches, 2 of which have LTE chips, and I am now wearing the AT&T version. It gives me full access to the Google ecosystem, and swiping left brings up Google Now like information. A long press brings up Google Assistant, and it works just like an Android phone. Ask any of a million questions, and get quick answers. I have linked the phone number on the watch to my Google voice number, so I have the option to take calls on the watch, just like my Galaxy Watch from Samsung. Swipe up and all my notifications appear, from texts, to emails, to facebook notifications, and any other app that I have installed on my phone. Swipe right, and a full functioning Fitness app appears, with heart rate, steps, and more appears. Swipe down for all the Settings you need, from screen brightness to WiFi settings. Watch this short video of the Wear OS update that aired when it was announced. I also have installed the new version on Jacquelyn's Michael Kors designer Rose Gold Access watch for Ariana to use. The new version meshes well with iPhones, so you don't have to settle for a tiny rectangular box from Apple. Get your wrist computer geek on, and learn how these amazing little devices can change your day.