Android Marshmallow is the latest in the wonderful world of Google's mobile platform, and every manufacturer that updates its devices to Google's latest gets a nod of approval from nearly all Android smartphone owners and smartwatch owners, too. When it comes to Android Wear smartwatches, owners want to know when their smartwatches will receive the watered-down Android update for their wrist wearables -- all done to match their smartphones.
Asus, LG, Huawei, and Motorola have all released the Android Marshmallow update for their devices, but Sony's Smartwatch 3 lagged behind. That is, until now.
Sony has started rolling out Google's latest sweet treat for Sony Smartwatch 3 customers, bringing bug fixes and enhancements for Android devices. Sony is practically the last of the Android Marshmallow smartwatch crowd, but still, late is better than never.
According to Wayne Piekarski, who announced the Sony Smartwatch 3 update: > The OTA for the Sony Smartwatch 3 (tetra) has started today, and within a week or so, it should be available for all users. When all Android Wear devices have the update, I will make another announcement so that developers know when they can remove API 22 support from their apps. We are almost there with the API 23 rollout.
If you're ready to get your update, head on over to your Android Wear app and prepare for the update on your Android Wear app and your Sony Smartwatch 3. And keep in mind that if you don't receive the update right away, or can't find it on your device now, it should roll out to you within the next few days.
Have you gotten the Android Marshmallow update for your Sony Smartwatch 3? If so, let us know what changes you notice and whether or not you intend to stick with your Sony Smartwatch 3 or buy another Android Wear smartwatch such as the Casio WSD-F10 sometime soon.