The latest version of Android is called Lollipop, and its very slowly coming to handsets all over the globe.
But its not only smartphone which are getting the update, Google's new Android Wear smartwatch operating system is also getting some changes thanks to Lollipop. The latest device to benefit isMotorola's Moto 360, with the download now available.
In addition to the much mooted ability to change to a multitude of watch faces, the Moto 360 will also let users undo an action - like when they accidentally swipe away a card they wanted to view. The 360 now has a theatre mode which keeps the screen off, and a bunch of new quick settings to help you get to sunlight mode (which makes it brighter for a time) and general settings quicker.
They'll also now be able to view more information on just how much battery life the wearable has left, which applications are using it and how much storage space is being used up.
All good things, and bound to make the platform even more desirable for users and developers.
If you've got a Moto 360, you can download the Android Lollipop update now.