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  • Five More Great Apps to Check Out on Your Apple Watch Today


    Over the weeks, we've been keeping you updated with great applications for the Apple Watch. It can be hard to find good apps for the Apple Watch because Apple only has one page in the Apple Watch application that links to the App Store for featured applications. It really limits app discovery, and that's why we're here to help.

    If our first post and second post weren't enough for you, don't fret; we have another set of apps you can try right now!

    1. Elevate - Brain Training



    To start this post off, we're going to talk about Elevate - Brain Training. This fun little application gives you brain exercises that you can play to help improve your brain functions. The application is free of charge in the App Store and provides challenges for a variety of skills that you use your brain to perform, such as memory, math skills, reading skills, processing information, focusing, and much more.

    Typically you're given a set of instructions and it's your job to try and follow them to the best of your ability. You're likely to fail time and time again, but over time, you should see improvements in your scores. The application keeps track of your scores over time and shows you whether you're improving or getting worse.

    The game is great for people of all ages and is worth checking out if you like brain challenges.

    Elevate - Brain Training can be downloaded for free from this App Store link, and to install it, just go to your Apple Watch application on your iPhone and enable the application on your Apple Watch.



    2. Pennies Personal Money, Budget & Finance Manager



    Next up on our recommendation list is Pennies Personal Money, Budget & Finance Manager. This application helps you keep track of your budget right from your Apple Watch.

    The application lets you set a personal monthly budget; the application can also break down your spending habits to weekly and daily break-downs to help you control your spending and see what you're spending. Moreover, you can attribute spending to specific categories so that you know what you're spending the most amount of money on, whether it's gas, food, entertainment, or something else.

    Pennies includes a glance view that shows you how much money you have left to spend for the day before you break your budget. It's a handy tool that can help you decide what's worth spending money on each day without breaking the bank.

    Pennies can be downloaded for $2.99 from this App Store link, and to install it, just go to your Apple Watch application on your iPhone and enable the application on your Apple Watch.



    3. Feedly



    It wouldn't be a party without Feedly. This handy news feed application was just updated on Thursday with official Apple Watch support and lets you keep track of your favorite news Web sites, such as ModMyi.com, right on your Apple Watch.

    You can control the Web site feeds that get displayed via the iPhone application, and when you launch the Apple Watch application, you'll see content from all of your favorite sites. Right from the Apple Watch application, you can mark articles as read, save articles for later, and even tag articles.

    Maybe the next time you learn about the release of a new jailbreak, you'll read it right on your Apple Watch screen.

    Feedly can be downloaded for free from this App Store link, and to install it, just go to your Apple Watch application on your iPhone and enable the application on your Apple Watch.



    4. Instagram



    Instagram is one of Apple's featured Apple Watch applications, but it's still fun to use despite already being a hit on the Apple Watch.

    With it, you can view recent posts from the Instagram pages you follow, comment on photos, like photos, and view comments on photos. You can also view recent activity, such as when people like your stuff, comment on your stuff, and mention you in comments elsewhere.

    Instagram on the Apple Watch includes a Glances screen that you can see right from your Apple Watch watch face by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. From here, you can see the most recent Instagram post.

    Instagram can be downloaded for free from this App Store link, and to install it, just go to your Apple Watch application on your iPhone and enable the application on your Apple Watch.



    5. theScore



    Last on our list this week is theScore, which goes out to you sports fans out there. The application allows you to keep track of all your favorite sports teams' scores when pitting against opposing teams.

    If you wanted to know the score of a big game you missed recently, this application will let you look back on the scores right from your wrist without even having to look it up on Google on your iPhone.

    TheScore can be downloaded for free from this App Store link, and to install it, just go to your Apple Watch application on your iPhone and enable the application on your Apple Watch.



    We will continue to keep you updated on awesome Apple Watch applications on a regular basis, so stay tuned if you're looking for something cool to do on that high-tech watch of yours!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Five More Great Apps to Check Out on Your Apple Watch Today started by Anthony Bouchard View original post