It’s been roughly a year since Google released Android Wear for iOS, bringing the functionality to use an Android Wear watch with an iPhone. Recently, Google Released Android Wear 2.0, and major update to Android wear watches that brings a slew of new features and improvements. With that, the iOS app was updated to allow Android Wear 2.0 devices to be paired to the iPhone. But, is it worth it? Why not just get an Apple Watch?

I picked up the LG Watch Sport, one of the first Android Wear 2.0 watches to be available in the US. The LG Watch Sport comes with Android 2.0 installed out of the box and features an LTE chip so it can be used independently of a smartphone using AT&T Number Sync, and similar services on other carriers. With all of that said, is it worth it to use the LG Watch Sport with an iPhone over the Apple Watch? Check out the video to find out.

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