Date: Thursday, March 26th, 2015, 14:00
Category: iOS, News, Software, Wearables
You may not be able to buy the Apple Watch for almost a month, but the apps are coming out for it.
A slew of new apps have been released with full Apple Watch functionality. That being said, here we go:
Target – The Target app lets you add items to your list and find aisle locations for items. The app’s glance lets you swipe up from the watch face to see when your store is open and how many items are on your list.
Dark Sky – The popular hyper-local weather app brings its accurate forecasting to your wrist.
Evernote – Evernote on the Apple Watch lets you dictate notes, view your recently-created notes, search, and create reminders.
Procreate Pocket – The wrist-bound version of the iPhone sketching app serves as a digital artists palette, letting you choose colors, switch tools, and more while working in the app on your iPhone.
Sky Guide – Sky Guide’s Apple Watch app view a calendar of upcoming astronomical events, get notifications about these events, and alert you when the International Space Station is about to fly over.
Things – The to-do app lets Apple Watch users view existing tasks, create new ones, and more.
Transit App – You can quickly view departure times right on your wrist.
Keep in mind that you won’t be able to use any Apple Watch-specific features or functionality until you actually own the device, which is slated to hit on April 24th in first-wave launch countries.
Until then, hang tight and the developers will keep writing apps for it.