I like keeping a track of the stock of some well-known brands like Google, Apple, and Amazon. To glance through the real-time updates a bit more conveniently and fast, I use my Apple Watch. After all, the smartwatch is always on the wrist—barely a glance away. Yet to take the advantage of this appreciable feature? Add stock info to your Apple Watch face to get started.
Once you have made your watch face to show stock information, you can use your Watch app for iPhone to choose the stocks you wish to show. Moreover, you have several options like AAPL, GOOG, YHOO to choose from.
How to Add Stock Info To your Apple Watch Face
Step #1. First off, press and hold the watch face to which you wish to add stock information.
Step #2. Now, tap on Customize.
Step #3. Next, swipe left to access the individual face features,
Then, tap on the one you wish to use.
Step #4. Next up, turn the Digital Crown to select Stocks.
Step #5. In the end, press the Digital Crown to confirm the change.
Now, you need to choose the stock you want to show on your Apple Watch face. To do so, you have to take the help of your paired iPhone.
How to Add Stock to Apple Watch Face using Watch App from iPhone
Step #1. Open Apple Watch app on iPhone.
Step #2. Now, tap on My Watch and then select Stocks.
Step #3. Next, tap on Default Stock.
Step #4. Next up, you have several options like AAPL, GOOG, YHOO, DOJ and more.
I’m going to select AAPL as the default stock. From now onwards, you can comfortably monitor stocks from your wearable device.
Over to you
As the next-gen Apple Watch is just a few months away, what are the new features you would like to see on the wearable device? Let us know your wishlists in the comments.
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