In modern times, we are constantly on the look out for the next trendy gadget that makes life easier and more connected. I recently teamed up with Mode to review Motorola‘s innovative Moto 360, a watch truly made for our times that has evolved to meet our ever changing wants and needs of life! Allowing you to obtain the information conveniently on your wrist, the Moto 360‘s round display area stays true to the timeless form of the traditional wristwatch. Designed with a stainless steel case and world-renowned Horween leather, the watch features scratch protected glass. Capable of displaying timely notifications based on where you are and what you’re doing, the watch keeps you on track, unlike the traditional watch.From weather alerts to traffic warnings, Andriod Wear puts it all on your wrist. One of my favorite features is the voice control that allows you to get stuff done when your hands are full. By simply saying, ‘Ok Google,’ I can send texts, set reminders, and even pull up directions while running errands. Perfect for those of us who live in the city, this discreet solution allows you to easily obtaining information on-the-go by glancing at your wrist. To help you stay on top of your fitness, the watch comes with Moto Body, a built in tracker that inspires a healthier lifestyle. While wearing the watch at the gym, I was able to capture the distance I covered, steps taken, heart rate, and calories burned. The information Moto Body obtains can help ensure you meet your fitness goals.
In addition, Apps like Lyft, Eat24, Facebook Messenger, Pinterest, WhatsApp, Tinder, and many others are compatible with the watch. The best part is that the Moto 360 comes in a variety of styles including leather and metal bands to help compliment your personal style. Overall, the watch helps to make life a bit easier in style. Learn more at Moto 360.
Moto 360. A Watch For Our Times.
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