Apple Watch is one of the successful devices by Apple, the main motive of the Apple Watch is to enhance your iPhone. Not only the device has impacted the lifestyle of users, but also it has made tasks easier to do without actually touching your iPhone. No doubt that the Apple Watch has become more advanced than its predecessors, also in terms of design and built quality.
In this article, we’ll be discussing how to use the Dock on Apple Watch, so that you can save more time. No need to follow those lengthy articles that will might let end up getting confused. Just read the simple, short, and in-depth explanatory guide that we’ve managed to provide you, so that use Dock on the Apple Watch smoothly. Without further delay, let’s get started.
How to keep apps that appear in the Dock on Apple Watch
The Dock mostly displays the applications which have used recently. The good thing is that the most recent application will keep appearing even if you selected your own choice of apps. Here’s how you can do that:
- Visit Watch app on your iPhone.
- Tap on “My Watch” located at the bottom of your screen.
- Tap on “Dock”.
- Here, you can select to keep the most favorite apps on the Dock.
If you want to keeps those apps in “Favorites” then tap on “Edit” and then on the “+” symbol to add and apps and “-” to remove apps.
How to Use The Dock on Apple Watch
To access the Dock on Apple Watch, users need to do the following:
- Press the button located at the side of your Apple Watch.
- All the apps will appear on the screen, you can swipe your finger or just rotate the Digital Crown t go through the list.
- Now just open the application that you want to use.
Once you know how to use the Dock on your Apple Watch, then you can access other apps too, this will save you much time rather than opening them separately through the long process.
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