WatchOS 2 list of native third party apps with support for complications

WatchOS 2 is out and the most awaited update for both developers and users alike, was third party native apps and complications. With apps getting full sensor support for taptic engine, heart rate monitor and even digital crown, amongst many other features, Apple Watch is all set to be a smarter watch.

We have compiled a list of apps to help you get the most out of WatchOS 2. These apps will not only perform faster, they will have more functionality including integration with watchfaces via complications as well as more access to the Watch’s hardware. Once you have installed WatchOS 2, give these apps a try.

WatchOS 2 apps with support for complications

The Weather Channel – a highly detailed weather app. free

Lifesum – health and fitness tracking app. free

Dark Sky – provides advanced alerts for conditions. Complications can be set for automatic alerts. $3.99

WebMD – complication shows alerts for next medication. Also supports Time Travel. free

Citymapper – the popular realtime transit app gets complications support. free

Carrot Weather – get funny weather forecasts in your watch face complications. $3.99

Dataman Pro and Dataman Next – check your remaining cellular data right from your watch face with complication support. $1.99 and $5.99 respectively

Microsoft Outlook – full featured email app by Microsoft with complications for emails and calendar appointments. free


Microsoft Translator – free

Guardian – news app – free

Star Walk 2 – star gazing app – $2.99

PCalc – calculator for professionals – $9.99

The Night Sky – another star gazing app – $0.99

Apps demoed during Apple’s September 9 event like Facebook Messenger and GoPro for WatchOS 2 are not updated yet. We will add them to this list when the updated hit the App Store.

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