Of late, Facebook has been big on experimental apps. It recently launched an app for couples, a meme creator app, social music listening and video watching apps, and a conversational app. Now, the company has launched one more app specifically for the Apple Watch using which close friends can stay in touch via quick actions or messages.
Apple Watch apps
Public health authorities across the world are striving hard to contain and minimize the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. In this regard, Germany has announced a smartwatch app that can monitor the spread of COVID-19 and also help the authorities understand the effectiveness of measures taken.
Amid the deadly COVID-19 outbreak, everyone is doing what they can to help. Brands like Apple, Samsung, and others have shuttered their stores to stop the potential spreading of the virus, while internet platforms like Bing, Facebook, Google, Instagram, and YouTube are displaying critical information related to the pandemic. Now, a popular iOS and watchOS health app is trying to help users in identifying if they have flu such as COVID-19.
Spotify recently launched a preview for an upcoming Apple Watch app, suggesting a public launch was right around the corner.
Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming platforms out there, but the service has been missing one key element: an Apple Watch app. But that’s finally changing.
Nike has had its Training Club App and its features available for folks for a little while now, but it has been noticeably absent for the Apple Watch.
David Smith has just announced that his workout app, Workout++, has been updated to bring in new, oft-requested features.
The Apple Watch is an incredible health and fitness device and Apple doesn’t shy away from positioning it as such. It includes a number of features out of the box like a Breathe app for meditation, a Workout app that tracks your heart rate, and an Activity app to monitor your movements and remind you to stay active.
Cardiogram, the HealthKit-enabled iOS app that’s hoping to help fight heart disease, just got a big update that adds Apple Watch support, 3D Touch gestures, and more.