Motorola has had a pretty busy day. Not only did it introduce two new smartphones, a tiny Bluetooth headset and a speedy charger, it also launched its first Android Wear smartwatch and saw it sell out shortly thereafter. Moto’s not stopping there, though, because it’s pushed out updates to several of its Android apps as well.
Motorola is now rolling out updates to four of its custom apps: Touchless Control (now known as Moto Voice), Motorola Assist, Motorola Connect and Motorola Contextual services. The changelogs for each app update are:
These updates are mostly prepping Motorola’s big apps for the arrival of the new Moto X, Moto 360 and Moto Hint, which is good news for prospective owners of that hardware since it means that the apps will be ready to go on day one.