How to Change App Layout on Your Apple Watch

How to Change App Layout on Apple Watch

Apple Watch can be customized in many ways to make a nice match with your fashion statement. You can change Watch bands, apps layout, customize watch faces and more to give the watch your personal touch.

If left unorganized, Apple Watch Home screen would look awkward. A number of apps jam-packed on the small Home screen would surely not make a good impression, if you want your precious Watch to always shine through. As it has been designed to be an iconic wearable device, it deserves to have a well-organized appearance.

By changing app layout, you can easily customize Watch Home screen. Moreover, there are some very attractive custom app layouts as well to help you design Watch Home screen beautifully.

How to Change App Layout of Apple Watch from iPhone

Step #1. Launch Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on My Watch tab at the bottom.

Step #3. Tap on App Layout.

Step #4. Up next, you will see the Home screen of your Watch. Simply, tap and hold on any app and move it anywhere on the screen.

Step #5. Once you are done with the customization, make sure to tap on Reset from the top right corner.

That’s all You can repeat these steps to change app layout whenever you want.

Organize Apps Right from Apple Watch

If you want to organize apps properly, you can do it right from your Apple Watch. Follow below given steps:

Step #1. While you are on the Home screen of your Watch, press and hold on any app which you want to move at the desired place.

Step #2. When the app starts wiggling, drag it anywhere you want it to be placed.

Step #3. When you are done, press the Digital Crown to effect the change.

That’s it!

You can’t move Clock app from its respective middle position. It doesn’t matter which layout you choose to go with, the Clock app will remain positioned in the middle. Unlike iOS, app icons can’t be separated from one another on Apple Watch.

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