Last year Android Wear rolled unto the scene with different companies such as LG, Asus, Sony, and Motorola all creating their own version of Android Wear watches. Here we are year two and we are seeing some of those same manufacturers ditching Android Wear for their own operating system. This have me asking whether manufacturers are boycotting Google for not allowing them to use a custom skin to differentiate themselves from other watches in the game or if they feel they can do a better job on their own. Do you think Google should lax their standard and allow for custom skins or stand their ground? As much as we hate fragmentation it has helped force Google to step their game up as far as look and feel. Though it led to things such as bloatware, locked bootloaders, and custom features. I personally would hope Google would lax their standards just a little so we can allow manufacturers to put out a better product that integrates with the other devices they make. If Google want to continue putting out a reference device they should allow a manufacturer(s) to make a Nexus Watch.