The iPhone maker company launched its first smart watch with more than 3,000 third-party applications, a number expected to grow exponentially in the future.
A lot of famous companies and developers revealed their products.
Amazon’s offering allows users to look for items via voice dictation, scroll through product descriptions and view star ratings with the Digital Crown. In addition, they are given the ability to add products to their Amazon.com wish list directly from Watch.
Other product is Dark Sky, which simplifies the use of Glances. With an easy swipe-up gesture, compatible apps offer bite-size bits of information for at-a-glance consumption.
As for Instagram, the social media service allows watch’s owners to browse profiles and pictures, but limitations prohibit Apple Watch app versions from playing back video. The app still lets favorite video content, but playback is offloaded to iPhone.
Among other interesting apps incorporating support for Apple services is the Starbucks app. The service makes it possible to control payment card balances, find nearby locations and see loyalty points, with transactions completed via QR codes stored in Passbook.
The list of apps compatible with Apple Watch is long enough and includes such services like Twitter, Citymapper, Calcbot, Deliveries, Tripadviser, Clear and more.