By Kaare, 22 November, 2019 Forum Hardware and Accessories Hi, as As the watch gets more features and developes, I wonder how I could apply it to the daily life. So far I can't see how it fits in, but what do you all use yours for? Options Log in or register to post comments Comments watch Beside telling time, message when I do not want to use iPhone, check iPhone battery, heart, weather, and use it when I am taking a showerjust in case I fall. I use mine for a calendar, my I use mine for a calendar, my work outs app, timers, weather, recording appointments and meetings, and everything I would use a phone for when my phone is off. Watch It may be time to put one on my Christmas list. I personally love mine. I I personally love mine. I wish I were waring mine the day I went to the hospital for hart trouble, but it was what it was, and it is what it is, and I'm ok now. watch Like my. Hope the OS 6.1.1 fix the issue with vo not reading monogram and showing some apps. Right now Weather Gods does not show on the Mickey Mouse face and I think other faces. I have my on when I go to bed. Check my heart beat during rest when I am sleeping. I am using series 5 and I like it. Watch Mine is a Swiss Army Knife of sorts. It helps with calendars, messages and such. I also use as a focal point when having a panic attack. gauging heart rhythm. Focus on breathing and lowering heart rate. I also use for fall precaution. Not unstable, but knees and hips were replaced. Just added protection for emergency situation. My watch In no particular order, I use my watch to quietly check time in public, quickly figure out weather and any missed notifications, track workouts (mainly treadmill runs), answer calls hands free around the house, and as a voice recorder during courses Quietly checking time How does one quietly check the time using the Apple watch if using VoiceOver? --Pete taptic time It's called dtaptic time. If it works, you double tap the locked screen and it will vibrate a sequence of taps for the time. I use it during class. Sometimes it does not want ot work but j when it does it's cool. I tried integrating mine Hi. i received an apple watch some months ago because I was really hyped about the thing and I wanted to see how I can integrate it into my workflow. About 2 weeks later I sold the thing because it was basically a brick on my arm. What I wished for was a quick way to check up on Whatsapp messages and reply to them. Problem was that the app, Watch App didn't syncronize with the app on my phone all the time and that I had to wait about 30 seconds till I could look at the most recent chats. voice messages also needed to be transfered from phone to watch and were of a lower quality. I would assume that this is due to data usage, but there sadly was no way to let the thing work with the integrated eSim. Regarding activity tracking, I wanted to track my horse riding trips, so speed, distance, time and the like. This did work, but I found out that my phone could do the same even more acuratly, so it also didn't really have it's place there as well. There were a bunch of other reasons why I sold it, and looking back at it, I'm not really missing the watch now. Greetings Moritz. I love the watch, it tracks I love the watch, it tracks my steps, and my activities, including hart rate. I don't do horse back riding and I would not even take my phone with me when doing that, I would just leave it in a locker or what not. The thing is so like I forget it's even on my arm until it taps me. At Ke7zum Yeah, true, for riding this thing is great, but I> could look for a bit cheaper alternative. As I said, I would have kept it if I could use it for more things than tracking, but it simply didn't work out that well. Also, the WatchApp whatsApp app doesn't support live transmitting your location like the normal WhatsApp does and at leased at our stable, if someone goes on a trail, he transmits his current live location into our stable WhatsApp group so we have an estimate on where he or she is located if something goes haywire. Greetings Moritz.