asteroidos has launched version 1.0 of its self-titled smartwatch platform.the open source operating system is available now for a range of android smartwatches.it delivers typical smartwatch features like notifications, an alarm clock, weather information and more.asteroidos, the creator of an open-source smartwatch platform of the same name, has released version 1.0 of its software (via slashgear). asteroidos announced the launch on twitter yesterday and it’s compatible with a range of current smartwatches.asteroidos has been in development since 2015 and appeared in alpha back in 2016 (when we first reviewed it), but it hasn’t been on our radar much since.editor's pickbest smartwatches (may 2018)smartwatches are still a very new thing to a lot of people, and for good reason. you don't absolutely need one to get through the day, and some of the best smartwatches are much too expensive …an alternative to google’s wear os, asteroidos includes expected smartwatch features like an alarm clock, stopwatch, agenda, calculator, weather updates, notifications and a selection of watch faces (no other third-party apps are supported currently). it’s also said to offer around the same standby times as wear os watches — up to 48 hours.the os is light on fancy functionality right now, and it’s only compatible with android phones (not ios devices), but its sdk has just been available for other developers to get involved; hopefully, we’ll see more watch faces and apps...