With the Apple Watch scheduled to hit the market in April, we’re getting even more glimpses of how third-party developers are planning to take advantage of the new device.
The minimalistic Clear looks right at home on the smaller watch and will show to-do items and reminders synced from iCloud.
With the Feed Wrangler Apple Watch app, users should be able to quickly browse headlines and unread articles. It will also allow you to mark specific articles as read or send something to a read-it-later service.
Originally announced back in September along with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the Apple Watch will start at $349 for the lower-end Sport model.
Apple will also be offering a mid-range Apple Watch version with a stainless steel case and sapphire display cover. The high-end Apple Watch Edition features an 18-karat gold case.
You’ll need an iPhone 5 or later to use the device.
Last week, a new report said that Apple is inviting a select number of developers to its Cupertino, California campus. Apple engineers are helping to finish watch apps and are giving the developers a first hand look at the device.
For other recent Apple Watch news, see: One day before its official unveiling, the next Pebble watch leaks online, Apple columnist John Gruber offers an interesting new perspective on Apple Watch pricing, and Can the Apple Watch help Apple become the top smartphone vendor in China