That Android Wear smartwatch sat on your wrist is about to do a whole lot more than show your emails and skip music tracks.
Gmail looks red, and Hangouts looks green, so there's no confusion.
They'll show up the next time you bring your watch up to your eyeline, popping into view and then disappearing so you can still tell the time without having to swipe anything away.
The watch reads your message and suggests possible replies for you to tap on, using the same smarts Google pulled out to help AlphaGo win its AI vs human challenge a few months ago.
That means no more heading to your phone to install new apps, too - you'll be able to do it straight from the watch.
You'll have to wait before you'll be able to get your hands on version 2.0, though.