Revamped stock watchOS 10 apps should take better advantage of the larger display on the Apple Watch Ultra and larger standard models.
Meta didn't say why it's removing the native Messenger app for Apple Watch in June, but serving you ads might have something to do with it.
Want to watch YouTube on your wrist? Learn about this free app that lets you play YouTube videos on your Apple Watch.
Thanks to one developer's passion project, you can now play the original Prince of Persia on your Apple Watch, no app required, and it works great.
Uber has discontinued its Apple Watch app, telling users to switch to its mobile app instead. No more hailing an Uber ride from your wrist.
New watchOS 8 features should include an updated Breathe app, reportedly rebranded as Mind, plus a pair of brand new Apple Watch apps ported from iOS: Contacts and Tips.
NapBot, an automatic sleep-tracker for Apple Watch by Majid Jabrayilov (the brains behind the heart-tracking app CardioBot), was recently updated on the App Store with some cool new features and enhancements that help it become a more independent app than before.
SearchLight is a new Apple Watch software release by ReBoard Keyboard makers Jeet and Gagandeep Singh from India which not only allows you to search the web via Google just like that, but also actually read articles reliably in clutter-free text mode, right on your wrist.
Watchsmith is a useful new app from developer David Smith (best known for his sleep-tracking Apple Watch software, called Sleep++) that lets you customize more than three-dozen dynamic watch complications which can change throughout the day. Given Apple doesn't permit third-party watch faces, it's the closest thing to being able to create your own watch faces.
Spotify's Apple Watch software was updated on the App Store earlier this morning with Siri integration that launched on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, HomePad, CarPlay and AirPods in October of last year, following the initial release of the iOS 13.0 software update.
Universal purchase support for Mac apps that was announced on February 5, 2020 is now officially available, Apple announced yesterday via a blog post on its developer portal.
The upcoming watchOS 6 update, currently available for beta testing, will permit apps on your Apple Watch to authenticate you with Facebook, Google, Microsoft and other web-based logins that are compliant with the OAuth standard.