The Apple Watch is now in its third generation, and the aptly named Apple Watch 3 is pretty popular – so that's why you're probably looking at the new apps here.
In fact, it is one of the best smartwatch options out there, and now that we are in the third generation, it will be a particularly smart option for your wrist.
The first question we hear from new Apple Watch owners is: & # 39; Which apps should I download first? & # 39; To make answering that question easier, we have compiled a comprehensive list of the best Apple Watch apps. With the right choices your new digital timepiece will be so much more.
However, before you get started, remember to go into the Apple Watch main app on your iPhone – there you see a list of apps that are already installed on your phone and that can also be transferred to your Watch. If you see that you like the look of here, you must first download them to your iPhone.
Make sure you tag the apps you want on your watch – and turn off the apps you're not using, because that will cost you valuable space to add music – especially great if you have the Apple Watch 3 LTE version and an Apple Music subscription.
Watch our video review of the Apple Watch Series 3 …
New this week: Find Near Me
Guess what this does. Go ahead, guess. Yep: it finds things in your area. Unfortunately, that does not mean the remote control of the TV, your keys or the game controller. Whoever finds a way to do that, where not everything is tied to Bluetooth tags, becomes a trillion holder, but it does mean ATMs, bars and coffee shops. . The only in-app purchase is $ 2.99 / £ 2.99 / AU $ 4.49 to remove ads from the iPhone app.
It works exactly as you would expect. First you choose the category of things you want to find. Then you browse through the results. And to finish, tap the person you want to know more about. From there you can then be accompanied on foot, in the car or on your bike.
The app makes great use of Google Maps and that means it's only as good as the Google Maps data: some users report inaccuracies such as companies with a long business. If you're wondering why you can not just use Google Maps and get rid of the middleman, it's because Google had his Apple Watch app banned last year: If you want Google Maps on your wrist, you have a third-party app that plugs into it. Like these.