I bought my first smartwatch in 2018 and have been wearing one ever since. It might get frustrating at times to receive 100 notifications a day. That's why we need to know how to make the best of them and how to use them to improve our daily lives, not the other way around. I write about the newest smartwatches, I create top picks, and I write helpful guides and simply explain complicated things.
If you are an avid traveler, you might have noticed that you never really needed to adjust the time on your iPhone, even after traveling across continents. Instead, it does so automatically. However, if your
Years ago, I remember how people used to purchase watches solely for the purpose of telling time. As time progressed, watches evolved, and some of them were even capable of displaying the date and year.
Smartwatches need to constantly be connected to your phone in order to function properly. While we always worry about the battery life of smartwatches, have we sat and thought about how much battery life our
As an Apple Watch user, I understand the overwhelming task of selecting the perfect Watch face from a myriad of options. The process can often feel like an arduous chore. However, there are moments when
As our gadgets continue to shrink in size and accelerate in performance, the same cannot be said for the progress of batteries. It’s disheartening to witness the gradual decline of battery health with each passing
Are you greeted with a misleading message claiming your storage is full when it’s not? Perhaps you’re eager to add some new songs or photos to your Apple Watch, but the persistent obstacle of insufficient
Ever been captivated by spy movies, where the protagonist effortlessly makes calls from their smartwatch? What was once merely a fantasy has become a remarkable reality – smartwatches can indeed make calls! Yes, smartwatches can
When Apple was rumored to release a smartwatch, many assumptions were made. Most thought that since conventional watches were round – and the fact that smartwatches like the Moto 360 were round too, the Apple