The Apple Watch will be officially available real soon. Demo units are already in Apple retail stores, waiting for users to try them on when they are finally made available on April 10th. It is not surprising to find Apple Watch apps now seen on the App Store. With the release just around the corner, it is exciting to see these new apps springing to life.
Evernote, NYTimes, Line, The Wall Street Journal, Transit and Dark Sky are among the few Apple Watch apps that are already available. You can read their descriptions, find out more about how they will use the hardware of Apple Watch to provide better user experience and even see screenshots of the apps in action.
Evernote, for instance, says in its description that it will allow users to dictate notes without having to pull out their iPhone or iPad. Users can also access their notes, including the recent notes displayed in quick-access mode. Lists with due dates will automatically create reminders.
Dark Sky, on the other hand, brings the latest weather report to your wrist. Line gives you access to messages and the ability to send quick stickers to your friends and colleagues. Transit is an app you will certainly want to have, because it helps you keep track of departure schedules of public transport.
The Apple Watch will be available on April 24th. In the mean time, you can browse through some of the apps you can download for your new Apple smartwatch. Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you think about these apps? Do you think that 3rd party apps for the Apple Watch will be done well? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.