Glitches in application, hardware of Google smart-watch
LG and Samsung have released the Google smart-watches for the public. However, users of Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch have reported software glitches. One of the serious issues with Android Wear and specifically the Google smart-watch is the bug that prevents installation of paid applications on the devices. The issue is caused by the security feature that was implemented into Play Store for the prevention of application privacy, which has been a common issue for Android users.
Downloading the paid applications for Google smart-watch
The application encryption implemented by Google allows paid download of paid applications into Android devices. But, prevents the same into smart-watches launched by the South Korean. Google refrained from commenting publicly on the glitch. However, it was quick to suspend the implementation of such an encryption during the initial release in 2012. When the similar issue was encountered. This time, Google has asked developers to edit their applications with a temporary solution to allow paid applications function properly on the smart-watches.
In addition to the Google application encryption issue, in hardware of Gear Live, flaw also found. One of the early users noted that the flaw in design causes the built-in charging port to break easily. Moreover, some pundits advise prospective buyers to wait until the release of Moto 360 before making the choice.