I’ve been using Android Wear on a daily basis over the last month, and in some respects it’s great. I love receiving notifications directly on my wrist, and being able to Google basic pieces of information via voice controls. And the smartwatch I’ve been using to test Android Wear – the Motorola Moto 360 – is stylish and decent enough on the hardware front. But the one thing that struck me about Google’s smartwatch platform, which has received one major update since its launch more than six months ago, is that it can’t really do very much. It can display the time, show notifications, and you can use Google Now voice controls and run a few apps, but that’s about it. Seeing as though the platform is in its infancy, and there’s a lot of potential for Android Wear to be awesome, I thought I’d give Google some ideas for new features. Here’s ten features that should be included in the next generation of Android Wear, most of which don’t even require hardware updates. Read the complete article.