The Moto X’s strength, not including its feature set, is the customization options that Motorola offers with Moto Maker. That only got better as more options have been added to Moto Maker over time, and now it looks like Motorola is gearing up to add another product for the customization fiends out there.
According to a report published by WIRED, Motorola is gearing up to launch a new version of Moto Maker. With the new software doesn’t come a whole new suite of customization options for the Moto X, but instead support for the Moto 360, the company’s Android Wear-based smartwatch. Beginning in March, potential buyers of the Moto 360 will be able to put the wearable through Moto Maker and choose individual pieces to give it a bit more personalization from all the other Moto 360s out there.
There will be three casings to choose from right out of the gate: black, silver and champagne gold. There will be two sizes for straps, and you’ll be able to select metal or leather. And, finally, there will be 11 watch faces to choose from.
Obviously, the customization options aren’t numerous, but for anyone that has been waiting to get a Moto 360 because they haven’t liked the options currently available, making it their own with specific bands, casings and even watch faces (that are customizable anyway, thanks to Android Wear), this may be what pushes them over the fence.
Do you plan on picking up a Moto 360 through Moto Maker when it goes live in March?