Apple Watch: Essential Apps – Section One
Not being able to watch feature films and telly on your wrist isn’t a disappointment. But tiny seconds-long snatches of video seem well-suited to wrist-based viewing. Vine enables you to take in featured and favourite Vines, so you can stare at cats doing amusing things while waiting in a supermarket queue, audio blaring from your Apple Watch in a manner that totally won’t annoy everyone around.
This clean and simple habit-builder has come in for some criticism due to its limitations: you only get to define six habits, and must set them to happen on specific days of the week. But it’s effective to focus on a smaller number of tasks, and the Apple Watch app is great for marking them as done, and for keeping track via the app’s complication.
If you’re already a user of ProCamera, this Apple Watch app gives you a bit more control than Apple’s own camera remote. Along with a remote trigger, external viewfinder preview, photo preview and timer, you can also use it to configure the length of the timer delay and how many photos will be shot.
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