Maybe There Doesn’t Need To Be An Apple Watch App For Everything

1 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

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Should Apple be concerned that a number of popular app makers like Facebook, Google and Snapchat have yet to embrace its Apple Watch platform with apps of their own? The August Smart Lock (check out our review) allows users to unlock their door using their smartphone, ditching the key and making the entire process a whole lot easier — especially when you’re trying to get in at night.

Apple won’t reveal actual sales figures for the Apple Watch, but it’s clear that the company views the 8500 third-party apps available for the watch as an indicator of its success. That’s a question raised by a recent New York Times piece detailing how many developers are taking a “wait-and-see” approach when it comes to Apple’s new wearable. It’s an understandable number to promote–rich app catalogs and a development community that’s hungry to develop for any new platform are two of Apple’s great strengths. Personally, I can’t imagine wanting to browse or interact with Facebook from my Apple Watch – especially when I have a good-sized screen nearby thanks to my iPhone, which provides a much better experience. Learning to share can be hard for children, but don’t blame them: It’s the result of their naturally occurring egocentrism; a trait commonly associated with simply being young, or running for president.

In the past week, I’ve only visited the Apple Watch’s “apps” screen one time – and that was to look up something in a text message thread from a few hours before. The procedure is as follows: This document entitled « How to Manage Glances on Your Apple Watch » from CCM (ccm.net) is made available under the Creative Commons license. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. While they won’t replace a sandbox, they can go a long way to replicate the same play dynamic by using the tablet’s multitouch capability so many hands can work together, all at the same time. While the lock connects to your iPhone via Bluetooth for local control, the company also offers the add-on August Connect module, which costs an additional $49.95.

Select “August” and then toggle on both “Glances” and “Show App on Apple Watch.” You can grab the iOS and Android apps from August’s website. Apps will also be able to query the Internet directly, giving them even more independence from the iPhone. (If you’re in a supermarket with only your watch, and that market offers free wi-fi, your watch apps will be able to grab data from the Internet.

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In order to get into shape, I’m using one of those couch-to-5K programs that gradually increases your running time and distance until you’re able to run five kilometers at one go. Tripletto, Studio Lassa, ($1.99 on iPad, Android), for ages 6 and up is a split-screen card game, where two players face each other and try to create a combination of shapes and colors that will give the highest number of points. The top app stores now have close to a million-and-a-half apps apiece, which has made it more difficult for newcomers to find an audience, much less hold their attention over the long run.

And with new apps still arriving at break-neck speeds, that has led to a market where many of the recent app launches actually seem more like one-hit wonders that boom, then fizzle, then bust as the initial attraction wears off. (See for example, the recent demise of Frontback, the once-promising selfie app backed by nearly $4 million in venture funding. Note that this is a game for children who aren’t afraid of touching hands, and be aware that there are plenty of flirting overtones that will go over the heads of children under age 10.

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Instead of being rich counterparts to their big-screen cousins, the “apps” you end up really using on Apple Watch are a subset of the Notification spam you receive today on your iPhone. Because so many app makers now have to rely on push notifications to re-engage users (and tinkering around in your phone’s settings to disable these for each app becomes cumbersome), many iPhone owners have developed something of “notification blindness” to their iPhone’s incoming alerts. After you take your photo (or choose something from your photo roll) you morph them onto the animated faces of a hapless haircut customer; complete with blinks, yawns and stretches. With watchOS 2 this fall, Apple’s taking a few steps in the right direction—but there are many more hills to climb before Apple Watch apps are powerful enough and easy enough to use to make them a true highlight of the device. Mini-U: OverColor PopApp Factory, ($2.99 on iPad), for ages 2 to 6 can give many children a common visual challenge: to construct a lattice out of layers using color and position clues.

Apple said that it will make native Watch apps possible in watchOS 2, and this will make the apps more powerful and therefore more capable, eliminating some of these concerns. I’m not sure there will ever be more than a core group of apps that a user will want outside of the default apps – especially considering most people barely use half a dozen regularly on their iPhones.

And even when the watchOS 2 apps arrive, it’s not likely users will often visit the Watch’s app screen to launch them – instead, they’ll interact with the incoming notifications when there’s actionable information. None of this means that Apple Watch isn’t a compelling platform, or that the watches themselves won’t sell. (They are.) It’s still an attractive and useful piece of hardware, and easily fits into your daily life.

The app can work with a group because anyone within earshot can clap along, although you may need headphones in a noisy car as well as some aspirin for nearby adults.

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