Three months have passed since our first test of Apple Watch. What works well and what does bad?And feel Apple’s clock is still worth the money?
In mid-May, just a few weeks after I first tested Apple Watch, learned to speak Swedish Siri in Apple Watch. Since then, every day I talked with my wrist. I send text messages while I’m running stroller, create reminders when I sit in the car and set the timers as I stand at the stove–without phone ever leave my pocket.
“Hi Siri write to Maria should I trade something question mark”
“Hi Siri remind me to call Lasse at fourteen”
“Hi Siri set a timer for 20 minutes”
Siri in Swedish has at a stroke transformed my Apple Watch from a mostly passive notisskärm to an interactive little helper. The small menial tasks, carefully formulated for Siri should understand what I mean. And she does–most often.
Sometimes I unfortunately reminded that this still is a recent feature on a new product, and that Siri has not mastered our language for very long. It becomes clear when she sometimes misinterpret what I say and do the mumbo jumbo of my text messages, or when Siri-screen hook up and just continues to listen, as if she insists that I’m going to keep talking. That leaves only pressing the watch’s digital Crown and try again.
But when it works–and it makes it most of the time–then feels the digital voice Assistant on the wrist as a little foretaste of the future, although we are not quite there yet.
The apps still not convinced
Siri’s new Swedish skills are both the largest and the most positive change that has taken place during these first three months with Apple Watch. In General is much the same.
Tredjepartsapparna I was skeptical to already during my first week with the clock, and the opinion stands. They are generally trögladdade, unnecessary or poorly built–sometimes all three at once. A few exceptions exist, however.
Pebble app Overcast has a smooth overview that I use to control my poddlyssnande, and while I fill the shopping cart in the supermarket is that Evernote that displays shopping list on your wrist. Otherwise feels the pilliga appvyn and its sega apps rarely worth the trouble.
Apple’s own Watch-apps works the better, and some of them I use daily. Through the so-called complications, i.e. the data points on the dial, I have easy access to weather, calendar and movement activity.
A click on each complication gives a more detailed picture. Three of these complications, I follow constantly during the day, and along with the watch’s handy alerts for emails and messages have they contributed to that I increasingly rarely fish your phone out of your pocket.
It should also be said that there is still hope for third-party apps on the Watch. When Pebble Watch iOS is released on Computergees, will support both standalone Watch apps and complications from third parties. It should mean a considerable boost.
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