Google is in the midst of rolling out Android Wear 2.0 to many smartwatches on the market.

It has released three major updates to Android Wear in the past two years. In Android Wear 2.0, you get a design overhaul, standalone apps, improvements to watch faces, messaging, fitness and a whole lot more.

Information on when updates will land on existing devices has been in short supply, although many now have the new software.

So here's as much information as we can find on exactly what watches already have it and when others might get AW2.0.

Google announced last spring that its wearables OS would soon get a massive update, in the form of Android Wear 2.0. The official announcement of Android Wear 2.0 was on 8 February 2017, launched alongside the LG Watch Sport and the LG Watch Style.

For existing devices, Google started releasing the software to manufacturers on 15 February. It needed to be tested by individual companies before being sent as an over-the-air update, hence the delay to your specific device.

The following devices have been confirmed as either having the update or soon to get it. We're updating the details as companies tell us more.

Asus has confirmed the following watches have now been updated to Android Wear 2.0 

  • Asus ZenWatch 2 - 1.63-inch variant
  • Asus ZenWatch 3

The Asus ZenWatch 2 1.45-inch model should start receiving the update from August.

After a bug fix that delayed Fossil's rollout a little, all of the following have now been updated with AW2.0.

  • Fossil Q Founder
  • Fossil Q Wander
  • Fossil Q Marshal

Casio confirmed that the WSD-F10 watch should be updated to Android Wear 2.0. The new Casio WSD-F20 will have AW2.0 at launch.

If you haven't got it yet an update is available for the following:

  • Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch

Huawei Watch users running the Android Wear 2.0 preview have reported they're getting the full update to their device, which means the over-the-air update for everyone else should also be available now. Android Police has said if you repeatedly tap on the "system is up to date" screen, it should force trigger the Huawei Watch to download the Android Wear 2.0 software.

  • Huawei Watch
  • Huawei Watch Ladies

On 10 April, LG confirmed it began rolling out Android Wear 2.0 for the following models:

  • LG G Watch R
  • LG Watch Urbane
  • LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition

Google has confirmed the following watches have been upgraded to Android Wear 2.0.

  • Michael Kors Access Bradshaw Smartwatch
  • Michael Kors Access Dylan Smartwatch

Google confirmed the following watches will be upgraded to Android Wear 2.0:

  • Moto 360 Gen 2
  • Moto 360 Sport

We're still not sure when it will be available for the Moto 360 Sport, but it announced on Twitter that a roll out to the Gen 2 started on Thursday 25 May.

New Balance confirmed to us that the Android Wear 2.0 update for the RunIQ watch is now available.

  • New Balance RunIQ

Nixon has confirmed that there will be a range of other software improvements that come with the update to 2.0. Google has also said that this watch should now have the update, confirmed on Nixon's website.

  • Nixon Mission

Polar sent out notifications for the update to the M600 from the end of March. In addition to the overhaul presented by Android Wear, the update also includes improved swim tracking, with the ability to detect the stroke you're using.

After much speculation of "will it, won't it?", Sony has confirmed that Android Wear 2.0 will not be made available for the Sony Smartwatch 3. On the Smartwatch 3's product page, it says it can only support up to Android Wear 1.5.

If you're a Smartwatch 3 owner and were hoping for Android Wear 2.0, you can sign a petition to try and convince Sony and Google to change their minds. 

Tag Heuer has confirmed that it is now rolling out the Android Wear 2.0 update to the original Connected watch. The update brings several of the features currently found on the recently released Connected Modular 45, including 30 digital faces and direct access to the Play Store.

  • Tag Heuer Connected