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Explore the map
Apple Watch has a Maps glance for a quick look at your location and surroundings, and a full Maps app for exploring and getting directions.
“Show Berlin on the map.”
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See a map. Open the Maps app on Apple Watch. Or, for a quick look at your location, swipe up on your watch face, then swipe to the Maps glance. Tap the Maps glance to open the full Maps app.
Pan and zoom. To pan the map, drag with one finger. To zoom in or out, turn the Digital Crown. You can also double-tap the map to zoom in on the spot you tap. Tap the Tracking button in the lower left to get back to your current location.
Search the map. While viewing the map, firmly press the display, tap Search, then tap Dictate or tap a location in the list of places you’ve explored recently.
Get info about a landmark or location. Tap the location on the map, then turn the Digital Crown to scroll the information. Tap < in the upper left to return to the map. Visit Fitbit Versa 4 Watch
Stick a pin. Touch and hold the map where you want the pin to go, wait for the pin to drop, then let go. Now you can tap the pin for address information, or use it as the starting point or destination for directions. To move the pin, just drop a new one in the new location.
Find the approximate address of any spot on the map. Drop a pin on the location, then tap the pin to see address info. Call a location. Tap the phone number in the location info. To switch to iPhone, swipe up on the Phone icon in the lower-left corner of the Lock screen, then tap the green bar at the top of the screen.
See a contact’s address on the map. While viewing the map, firmly press the display, tap Contacts, turn the Digital Crown to scroll, then tap the contact.
See your current location and surroundings. Open Maps , then tap the current location arrow in the lower left. Or swipe to the Maps glance, which always shows where you are. If you have an upcoming calendar event, the Maps glance shows directions to it.
Get directions to a landmark or map pin. Open Maps , then tap the destination landmark or map pin. Scroll the location information until you see Directions, then tap Walking or Driving. When you’re ready to go, tap Start, then follow the directions.
Get directions to a search result or contact. While viewing the map, firmly press the display, then tap Search or Contacts.
Ask Siri for directions. Just tell Siri where you’d like to go.
“Directions to the nearest gas station?”
Follow directions. After you tap Start and head off on your first leg, Apple Watch uses taps to let you know when to turn. A steady series of 12 taps means turn right at the intersection you’re approaching; three pairs of two taps means turn left. Not sure what your destination looks like? You’ll feel a vibration when you’re on the last leg, and again when you arrive.
Check your progress. Swipe left on the current step of the directions, or tap the dots at the bottom of the screen to see a map view.
Find out when you’ll get there. Look in the upper-left corner for your estimated time of arrival. Current time is in the upper right.
End directions before you get there. Firmly press the display, then tap Stop Directions.
Play music on iPhone
You can use the Music app or the Now Playing glance on Apple Watch to control music playback on iPhone.
“Play Panda Bear.”
Play music on iPhone. Open Music on Apple Watch. Browse through playlists, albums, artists, or songs until you see a list of songs, then tap a song to play it.
If you don’t see the music you’re expecting, make sure iPhone, not Apple Watch, is your source—firmly press the display, tap Source, then tap iPhone.
See album art for the current song. Tap the album name above the playback controls. Tap again to return to the controls.
Send audio to another device with Air Play. While viewing the playback controls, firmly press the display, tap AirPlay, then choose a destination.
Shuffle or repeat songs. While viewing the playback controls, firmly press the display, then tap Shuffle or Repeat.
Control playback with the glance. Use the Now Playing glance for quick control. Swipe up on the watch face, then swipe to the playback controls.
If you don’t see the Now Playing glance, open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, then turn on Music > Show in Glances.
Play music on Apple Watch
You can store music right on Apple Watch, then listen to it on Bluetooth headphones or speakers without your iPhone nearby.
Store songs on Apple Watch. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, go to Music > Synced Playlist, then choose the playlist of songs you want to move to Apple Watch. Then, place Apple Watch on its charger to complete the sync.
When the music has been synced, open the Settings app on Apple Watch, go to General > About, and look under Songs to see the number of songs copied.
You can use the Music app on iPhone to create a playlist specifically for music you want to listen to on Apple Watch.
Pair Bluetooth headphones or speakers. Follow the instructions that came with the headphones or speakers to put them in discovery mode. When the Bluetooth device is ready, open the Settings app on Apple Watch, tap Bluetooth, then tap the device when it appears.
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Play songs stored on Apple Watch. Open Music on Apple Watch, firmly press the display, tap Source, then choose Watch.
Control playback. Swipe to the Now Playing glance for quick control. Swipe up on the watch face, then swipe to the playback controls. You can also control playback using the Music app .
Limit the songs stored on Apple Watch. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, go to Music > Playlist Limit, then choose a storage limit or maximum number of songs to be stored on Apple Watch.
See how much music is stored on Apple Watch. On Apple Watch, open the Settings app , go to General > About, and look under Songs.