Quick Look: The Knight Watch Game for iPhone and Apple Watch

The Knight Watch turns traditional Chess board game into a fun little puzzle-solving arcade game that you play on both your iPhone and Apple Watch. If you know the rule of Chess and how to move the Knight, this mini-game can’t be any way simpler to play. The objective and control are intuitive: tap to…

Review: Pocket Bandit Game for Apple Watch

Pocket Bandit is a fun and fast-paced puzzle game running natively on Apple Watch that you simply turn the Digital Crown to heist for a treasure! Thanks to the sponsor from Seele Games, I am able to have a quick hands-on with the game and I really liked it since Runeblade, the last game I played on…

WatchOS 3 is a must upgrade for everyone

Speaking of major announcements in this year’s WWDC, alongside the iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 is another big deal under spotlight and much anticipation on new features and speed improvement. Fortunately, the major issue – loading speed, has been taken care of with both expedited loading speed on normal app loading, as well…

Latest beta of Milkeddit shipped with native Apple Watch App

Milkeddit has been one of my most favorite third-party Reddit clients for iOS. In the latest TestFlight beta, their native Apple Watch App is now bundled with the release. This is the first beta of Milkeddit shipped with an Apple Watch App. The loading speed has been very fast. But you need to start with a…

A quick look at Fantastical for Apple Watch

Finally, Fantastical 2 pushed an update bringing in their Apple Watch app in this new version 2.3. It is a very well designed and functional calendar app for the Apple Watch which is on par with the iOS app. Unlike lengthy posts by other blogs, here is a short and quick overview on the interface…

Runeblade is definitely the best Apple Watch game now

Runeblade is the first award-winning fantasy adventure game tailor-made to be played on the Apple Watch. It is intuitive to take on your way to the Forgotten Halls to fight the rising darkness! Basically, you carry a powerful sword and spells and kill all the dangerous creatures and strong bosses all the way through. Keep…

PCalc for Apple Watch is officially released

PCalc – one of the best and full-featured calculator apps for iOS has updated with a brand new Apple Watch App. In this review, the full-priced version is used for demonstration. The functionalities of PCalc is almost identical to Calcbot except the unit conversion, which only includes basic maths calculations, bill and tips splitting. Two…

The first iteration of Feedly for Apple Watch

Popular RSS reader Feedly has just pushed its first itetation of Apple Watch App just now in the App Store. The app pulls the top 8 stories of your Feedly account. You can scroll down with fingertip or the Digital Crown to view the thumbnail and read the full text. Swiping horizontally allows you to…

2Do is a robust GTD app for Apple Watch

2Do is one of the most popular, robust but expensive Get Things Done (GTD) iOS app in the market. There are an abundant amount of productivity app that can perform the same task. But I recently turned away from Wunderlist and started being fond of 2Do for its robustness and overwhelming functionalities on both the…

Overcast Apple Watch App redesigned with up-next controls

Popular Overcast podcast app pushed a new update since its Apple Watch app released about a month ago that brings a new design with up-next controls. In the version 1.2.1 or before, there is quite a large amount of space left blank or filled with oversized buttons and thumbnails. The new design fully utilizes the…

Take location-based notes on Apple Watch with WhereNote

WhereNotes for iPhone and Apple Watch is a decent productivity app that allows you to quickly jot down and record your thoughts at specific places you visit. For instance, to remember a location of a restaurant, you can take a photo of the front door, menu, jot down what you ordered and which one is…

Log your income and expenses from the wrist with Spendio

I spend money almost everyday, at least for dining out near the office but except lazy weekends. I know there has been a number of apps that allows you to quickly record your spendings from the Notification Center Today Widgets. But wouldn’t it be better if you can do it right from your Apple Watch…