Apple has continued to highlight more Apple Watch apps on its website, with its Canadian page showcasing locally developed apps from Air Canada, Desjardins, theScore and more. Although we’ve already known about these apps, we get to see some more screenshots of how these apps will work.
Air Canada is a partner with Apple and IBM’s MobileFirst iOS enterprise apps, so it’s no surprise the airline is front and centre in numerous images on the Apple Watch App Store apps page. Below are images of the Air Canada Apple Watch app and what you can expect:
Here’s how you’ll be able to check-in to your flight from Apple Watch:
Next up, we have Desjardins and their Hop ’n S@ve app for Apple Watch, which lets you transfer money to your savings account right from your watch and track your goals:
Next we have theScore, one of the most popular sports apps, developed in Toronto:
Next we see some previews of The Globe and Mail, WestJet (updated yesterday) and Tangerine Apple Watch apps:
Here’s a screenshot of the Realtor.ca Apple Watch app:
Yesterday, YP Shopwise was updated to include an Apple Watch app to bring localized deals and flyers. Today, we saw 1Password announce Apple Watch support. Things are heating up for your wrist—all you need now is a darn Apple Watch to ship, which could be sooner than expected.
Which Apple Watch app are you most excited about?