In an interview with TechRadars, Google CEO Sundar Pichai shared more details about Google Play Services 2.0 and Android Wear 2.3.1 and explained that Google’s hardware is set to roll out on November 17th.
In the interview, Pichay explained that the update will come to the Google Play Store, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Drive, and Google Search for Android.
Pichai also shared a few more details on the update, including the new iOS and Google Play services, the redesigned Android Wear app, and a few additional improvements for Android Wear.
The Google Play app will also get some significant updates, including better support for multitasking, better support of Google Maps, and improved accessibility.
The Android Wear update is the first major Android Wear hardware update in a long time, and it’s going to make Google’s smartwatch ecosystem even better.
Pichaie said that Google will make the updates available in batches of “100,000 devices per day” to keep Android Wear alive for years to come.
Puchai also gave an update on Google’s Android Wear platform, including updates to Android Wear devices that have received developer certification, a new way to access your data on Google Play, and an enhanced Google Music service.
Google Play Services, Google Music, and the new Google Search app are all set to arrive on November 16th.
Puchai said that they will all be rolling out to users starting November 17, and that they’ll be available for both iOS and on Android devices.
The company is also releasing the Google App for iOS, which will make it easier to download and install apps on your Android device.
The new Google Play apps are the only way for Android users to access Google Play Music and Google search on their mobile devices, and Android users will get a new feature that will let them search on other Android devices as well.
The Google Play Books app will get Android versions for Android phones and tablets, while the Google Cloud Reading service is coming to Google Play for the first time, Puchie said.
Google Books will get the full Android experience, but it will still work with other apps on iOS.
The service will support offline reading, offline browsing, and will include an offline reading mode that will allow readers to go back to their reading experience without leaving the reading app.
Google Cloud Read will also be available to all users in the US, Canada, and Australia.
Google Search for iOS will also receive a few minor changes.
Users will be able to view search results from the Google Search page on their phone or tablet, and users will be prompted to open up Google Search on their smartphone.
The search results page will also include the Google search app icon on the right side.
The app will be available in the Google app store on November 18.