The milestone jumps past last month's analyst estimate of about 720,000 Android Wear shipments, which many considered a sign that Android Wear was a flop. However, as we've seen at Mobile World Congress this week, hardware makers are just starting to get their sea legs when it comes to making good-looking watches.
The Huawei Watch is the best one we've seen, with options for gold, silver, and black bands. Also LG's Watch Urbane has a touch of luxury with an all-metal build. Motorola is adding some personalization to its Moto 360 by letting you customize it with Moto Maker.
The story behind the story: We're still in the early days of wearables, which are bound to get much more attention with a looming Apple Watch announcement. But Android fans already have a slew of solid options to choose from, and all the Mobile World Congress announcements indicate that hardware makers are only just starting to get their feet wet. Remember: Android Wear is still relatively new, though it's already come a long way from the spartan LG G Watch.
This story, "Android Wear crosses the one million downloads threshold" was originally published by Greenbot.