Apple Watch is the gadget of the modern age and though it appears too small but it is quite capable of doing amazing things for you. Your wrist watch can keep you tied with it all day long with just a handful of wonderful apps. However, there are thousands of wonderful apps available for Apple Watch and it’s the matter of picking the best ones from them according to your needs so that you can have the best experience while using your little gadget. Let’s get into the details and reveal some of the best apps to have on your Apple Watch.
Most of the apps that you can find for your Apple Watch are designed in a way that they can feed you with important information when you are awake. Your Sleep++ app gives you quite the opposite as it captures important information for you when you are asleep. The app tracks motion and tracks the restlessness you experience at different times in the night. This will allow you to find out the reason behind that as well.
The Background Refresh feature introduced in watchOS 3 has now made Sleep++ more responsive as you wake up and you can immediately analyze the sleep you got last night.
As far as iPhone Productive app is concerned, it is designed in a way that it lets you develop good habits. Individual habits are created and you determine the frequency of doing them. After that app puts together your schedules that are split into morning, noon and evening categories.
However, the app for Apple Watch gives you some of the basic capabilities but it is still a very smart app to have. When launched, it will take you to a relevant list and allows you to go through the schedule you have for the day. You can mark your finished tasks and skip the ones that you don’t want to do on a particular day. So, it helps you stay organized.
It might sound quite weird to you that Notes isn’t yet available on Apple Watch. However, you can try your luck with Drafts which can easily fill the void. Available for £4.99, Drafts allows you to capture notes through dictation and hurl them into the Drafts inbox. As an alternate, you will be able to prepend or append your existing notes anytime you want.
If you do not like to give voice instructions to the Apple Watch then Scribble feature introduced in watchOS 3 can be used for writing notes as well. Furthermore, you can browse the inbox and read the notes right on the Apple Watch and don’t have run grab your iPhone every time.
Though it feels awkward to recommend some app only for a single feature, but still it’s worth having on Apple Watch. The Calendar app featured on your Apple Watch does not allow you to make new entries. But with Fantastical you can do that easily for only £4.99.
Quite similar to iPhone version of the app, the one for your Apple Watch comes with a few natural-language tricks, like you can voice-instruct the app for creating events and it will do just as you say and that too without any kind of glitches whatsoever.
If you have always loved those old calculator watches then you might not be easily convinced to use some calculator app right on the Apple Watch. The reason simply is that you’ll find it a bit awkward.
However, PCalc is simply the best amongst them. It comes with chunky buttons and the operators also lurk on second screen and are easily accessible. There is a third screen as well to show calculations. It is a good app to have on your Apple Watch for £9.99. So, weight your options and go for it. You might also like to have the freebie version as well.
So, with these apps, and obviously many more that are around, your Apple Watch can be turned into your super little gadget. There are great features and wonderful capabilities that can be added to your wrist watch from Apple. You just have to choose your apps appropriately.