watchOS

Find your­self squint­ing at the app icons on your Watch? Then have them ar­ranged in a list in­stead

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•How to switch views • Force-quit your apps

The Ap­ple Watch has, since its launch, pre­sented your apps in a hexag­o­nal grid with the clock app po­si­tioned di­rectly in the mid­dle of the screen. This has served most Watch users very well in­deed but that’s not to say that the ar­range­ment can’t be a lit­tle fid­dly at times. Cer­tainly, if you have lots of apps, then find­ing the one you want among a sea of app icons is not al­ways an easy task.

So, for that rea­son, Ap­ple has de­cided to add a sec­ond op­tion, one which presents you with your apps neatly or­gan­ised within an al­pha­bet­i­cally or­dered list. The great news is that you can switch be­tween Grid View and List View in next to no time, al­low­ing you to de­cide on-the-fly which of the two you pre­fer at any one time. And since the names of the apps are also dis­played in the list view, you’re less likely to stab the wrong app. Here we show you how to switch and make use of the new view.

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