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Apple has had its own smartwatch apps in the works for some time now, and they were first previewed a few weeks ago at the Apple Watch Experience, a conference held by the iPhone maker.
Today, 9to5Mac’s Guilherme Rambo reported on the existence of a brand-new Apple Watch app that’s specifically designed for working. Entitled Workout, the app allows users to track and plan workouts and check data like pace, distance, calories, and more.
Check out our video preview of Workout, above, which also includes all of the app’s other features.
We’re also told by one of our sources that the company is looking into additional apps for the smartwatch, both for health and productivity purposes.
Developers can access Workout by downloading the Apple Watch app from iTunes, which will be released in beta soon. As for other potential apps in the pipeline, we’re told to expect to see something like a smartwatch-optimized version of CarPlay coming soon.Q:
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