8 Custom Apple Watch Faces With Great Visuals

MakeUseOf | 3/14/2019 | Brent Dirks
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On an Apple Watch, the watch face is your main way to interact with the device. Along with the most important task—telling the time—it lets you view other data and even jump directly to apps using complications.

And just like on iOS devices, you have many ways to customize the Watch’s home screen. While some focus on providing as much data as possible, Apple includes several options with great visuals.

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We’re highlighting eight beautiful faces that can help your Apple Watch stand out.

There are two different ways to add or change an Apple Watch face—on the watch itself or using the companion Watch app on your iPhone. On the iPhone’s Watch app, head to the Face Gallery section. Using an Apple Watch, Force Touch the screen and use the Digital Crown to scroll to the New section with a Plus.

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Make sure to take a look at our complete look on how to customize your Apple Watch with watch faces for further instructions.

How to Customize Your Apple Watch With Watch Faces

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All Apple Watch users should customize their watch face. Here's how to change your Apple Watch face, add complications, and more.

If you’re looking for one of the best Apple Watch faces, it’s hard to go wrong with Motion. There are three different collections to select from: butterflies, flowers, or jellyfish. When you raise your wrist or tap the display to check the time, a different object from each collection will animate on the screen.

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Apple has made sure to keep all three collections interesting and unique. There are 25 different species of butterflies and six jellyfish species that move in slow motion. But the flower option is probably the most impressive; it has nine different flowers that move from bud to bloom. The entire process was captured with thousands of time-lapse images.

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