How to Use an Apple Watch for Online Dating


All apple watch fans like to share different new functions of their old or new accessory. A lot of Apple lovers are on, enjoying the benefits their powerful gadgets offer. This article will focus on Apple Watch 6 and its features that can help you in online dating.

All Benefits of the Apple Watch

Apple products aren’t just useful; they are a symbol of prestige. Not everybody can afford them, which makes them even more desirable. Apple Watch 6 is just one of many Apple products, but it could become your assistant that’ll save you a lot of time and keep you healthy.

Yes, you read that correctly. Wearing the latest Apple Watch can have enormous benefits for your health. It can quickly determine oxygen level, and it counts your every step. Counting calories and your physical activity levels won’t be a problem anymore once you put this smart accessorize around your wrist. If you’re an active person, those functions will make your life easier. If you aren’t a sport type, those functions might motivate you to take care of your health. The watch will compare your results from the previous 90 days with your results in the previous 365 days, which gives a special feeling of joy because you’ll be able actually to see statistics of your progress.

But an Apple Watch takes care about more than exercise. It can warn you when you spend too much time in a noisy area to preserve your sense of hearing. Ladies love it because it has an option to track the menstrual cycle. With all those benefits, Apple Watch is the leader in the field. And that’s just a beginning. We didn’t even mention how cool it looks and how easy it is to personalize it. With numerous watch faces, you can wear an Apple Watch on every occasion. You can show your style, even your mood, by changing how your watch looks. Your friends will think you got a new watch at first glance, but that will be just one of your favorite faces. That’s still not all because you can make this watch tell you the exact time; by telling, we mean that. Tap Apple Watch with 2 fingers, and it will speak to you. You can use your voice to browse apps in the Apple Store and reply to messages, but more about that later.

All Notes on Your Hand

The time when we carried little black books around is long gone. Nobody writes their notes on paper anymore because it’s easier to have everything on your phone. But what if we tell you it can be even easier if you’re wearing an Apple Watch. All of your notes will be on your wrist then. You’ll never forget meetings, birthdays, or anything else.

You can browse Apple stores and choose a notes app you like the most (and thousands of other apps that will make your watch unique and just yours). Our recommendation is the Voice Memos app because it lets you record your notes instead of writing them. The only downside is that those notes won’t magically turn into text. Still, if you combine a classic notes app with Voice Memos, you’ll be able to preserve your thoughts in every situation. While you’re on the go or in a hurry, use recorder notes. When you’re more relaxed, write your notes directly into your watch. It will keep a copy on your iPhone, but accessing them through your watch will be much easier.

Answer With your Watch Quickly

If you’re a busy or very social person, you get hundreds of messages and calls every day. Looking for your iPhone or pulling it out from your tight pockets is a pain in the ass. Apple Watch solves that for good. With nothing more than a light tap, you can answer your calls, read and send messages. You don’t even have to be close to your phone as long as Apple Watch is connected to the internet. That means you can save even more time by quickly answering your calls and messages. In a world where every second is important, you want to stay ahead of the competition especially if those messages are related to your business or love life.

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GeeksModo Staff is a team of iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch experts led by Moses Johnson. We're passionate about all things Apple!

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