WatchOS Development Phase 229 Sep 2015
So I treated myself of an Apple Watch.
I’m enjoying it so far, but despite being heads down in getting the all-new v3.0 of Daily Optimiser out the door, and back contracting in London (earning some money!), I wanted to make some improvements to Count The Days Left now I can actually see it running on an actual watch.
There are several things in the original version that can be improved on or added to. In no particular order:
- Upgrade to watchOS 2 and latest version of an ever evolving Swift
- Design! A white background? What was I thinking :(
- Adding a glance. It’s now pretty obvious this is the natural place for main access to the app (like the Today widget is the most useful part of the main iOS app)
- Adding a complication so the days left can be seen on the main watch screen
I’m hoping to get all the above done quite quickly, and as before I’ll be blogging here about what I do as well as sharing the code on GitHub
If you missed it and you’re interested, you can see a summary of the previous iteration , which includes links to earlier posts.