The very first Android Wear smartwatches launched earlier this summer, but now that the Moto 360 is finally shipping, it’s fair to say that Google’s new mobile operating system has officially arrived. Just a couple of months after the reveal of Android Wear, the hardware is already improving, but what about the software? It looks nice, but it’s still lacking some important features, which is why Google is going to be continuously updating Android Wear throughout the fall and winter. According to a post on the Official Google Blog on Friday, the first big update will bring GPS support, Bluetooth compatibility and offline music playback to Android Wear. In other words, you’ll actually be able to leave your house without your phone.