There's a new Android Wear application that was announced last month called My Social that will be for Michael Kors' Access smartwatches. The application is said to be be launched on April 25th, and a new video from the company shows how it will work.
After dealing with a bug in the final build of Android Wear 2.0, Google has started rolling out the latest software to the Fossil Q Wander, Q Marshal, Michael Kors Access Bradshaw, Access Dylan, and Nixon Mission.
Google has removed the Michael Kors brand of smartwatches from the Google Store. The watches were positioned as premium options, but as part of Fossil's desire to compete more in the value-based wearable arena, it seems their availability is being scaled down.
Michael Kors has previously released an Android Wear smartwatch, and you can find the Access Dylan in the Google Store as well. This new model though, the Access Bradshaw, is a more formal style made of gold-tone stainless steel.
Some new products have been added to the Google Store this week. For those interested, there are pages set up for the Michael Kors Access, the Nixon Mission, the Polar M600 and the Philips Hue Color A19 Kit.
They have also removed the Zenwatch 2, Casio Smart Outdoor Watch, and the ASUS...
Michael Kors debuted two new smartwatch models at IFA last week, and now the Access Dylan and Access Bradshaw Android Wear devices are available on the company's official website for purchase.
They start at $350 and feature several straps that change the look of the devices. Hardware-wise...
Android Central has reviewed the new Michael Kors Dylan Access and has come away with a positive take. It may be larger than some of the offering by the competition, but Michael Kors smartwatch makes a design statement all its own.
Michael Kors has made its entry into the smartwatch market with a new device running Android Wear. Pocketnow has posted its hands-on with the smartwatch and state that it is a stylish take on Android Wear although it is a bit pricey at $395.