Last week’s poll summary: Last week, we asked you if you were installing the Android Q developer preview. Out of almost 850 total votes, 37 percent of voters said they weren’t planning on installing the Android Q beta. 34 percent of voters said they’ve already installed it, while 30 percent of voters are still on the fence.

We write about smartwatches, fitness trackers, and all other types of wearables here at Android Authority.

Wear OS has a strong list of contenders, with many companies still developing smartwatches powered by Google’s wearable OS. Even though the platform itself could use some work, there are still plenty of reasons you’d want to buy a Wear OS-powered watch.

Others shouldn’t be overlooked, though. Fitbit makes some great smartwatches, and Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch Active looks very promising.

For as popular as they’ve become, smartwatches aren’t for everyone, which is why fitness trackers and hybrid smartwatches have become so popular over the years. Less functionality means fewer distractions throughout your day, and these devices are generally smaller than traditional smartwatches.

We asked this question nearly three years ago, but it’s time to revisit the idea: Do you own a smartwatch, fitness tracker, or another wearable? If so, which one, and how often do you wear it? Cast your vote in the poll below, and be sure to speak up in the comments!

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