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The 10 best complications for Apple Watch


Added 05-14-19 07:15:02am EST - “With a good complication, you don't always have to open an app to check appointments or see what the weather's like.” - Macworld.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Macworld.com: “The 10 best complications for Apple Watch”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Don’t be scared by the word “complication.” The ones you find on the Apple Watch can make your life much simpler, as they’re basically bite-sized versions of the full apps you normally open through the home screen grid.

You can have anywhere from one to eight complications on the tiny screen depending on the watch face (or watch), which makes it easy for you to figure out what the weather’s like outside, when your next appointment is, or even translate a question into another language. A good Apple Watch app doesn’t necessarily have a good complication, although there’s a lot of overlap.

A good complication relays enough information that you won’t even need to open the app. If you do, it’ll get right to business without requiring any other steps. These are the complications that have the best chance of making your Apple Watch experience less, well, complicated.

Apple’s native Weather app kind of sucks, so you should use a good third-party alternative like Dark SkyRemove non-product link. It’s beautiful, it’s eerily precise about predictions, and it’s got a fantastic Apple Watch compilation. In its large form, it tells you the current temperature, today’s highs and lows, and when the sun will set.

San Francisco doesn’t really have interesting weather, so I don’t have anything more exciting to show.

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