Google survey asks smartwatch owners how satisfied they are with Wear OS – 9to5Google2 min read

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Following the Fitbit acquisition closing last week, Google now owns two smartwatch platforms. While the timing might be simply coincidental, the Wear OS app today pushed a study asking users about their complete satisfaction with Wear OS.

Earlier today, the Android buddy customer sent out a rather prominent “Help us enhance Wear OS by Google?” alert. A tap opened the app and surfaced a sheet that asked: “Overall, how pleased are you with your smartwatch?” 5 choices were provided, with Google then inviting users to take part in a research study. You were taken to a Google Form if so.
Those that allowed the dark theme on their phones were unable to easily fill out the survey as black text was shown versus a gray background. This is quickly remedied by shutting off night mode, but some were not able to do so before it disappeared.
For those that did not get the Wear OS study or were not able to access it, weve duplicated it below:

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As a business, Google heavily leverages user feedback and other metrics to shape their items. The timing with recentlys Fitbit acquisition is most likely a coincidence. Last February, the Google User Experience Research program sent a study asking what health features users have an interest in, to presumably assist prioritize advancement.
Somewhere else, Google and watchmakers are presently rolling out an H-MR2 update concentrated on “more user-friendly controls” and speed improvements. A new Weather tile and updates to physical fitness tracking also introduced in November.

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5 options were provided, with Google then welcoming users to take part in a research study. As a company, Google heavily leverages user feedback and other metrics to shape their items. Last February, the Google User Experience Research program sent out a study asking what health functions users are interested in, to most likely help focus on development.

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