There's a lot to like about watchOS on the Apple Watch, but if there's one feature that divides people, it's the way apps are presented on the smartwatch.
By default, all Apple Watch models feature the honeycomb app grid. That's the place where all of your native and downloaded apps live.
It looks great, but in our experience, it's fiddly to use and hard to find what you need. That's why the first thing we do with a new Apple Watch is switch to List view.
Here's a breakdown of how you can do it, no matter which Apple Watch model you have.
How to change app layout on Apple Watch
1. Press the Digital Crown on the side of your Watch to launch the app screen.
2. Force press the screen by holding down your finger for a couple of seconds
3. There are two options: Grid or List view. Choose which option you want.
4. You will immediately be whisked back to the menu, in the format you chose. If you're not happy, just repeat the steps above to switch back.
If you choose List view, you can twist the Digital Crown to scroll through the list of available apps, which should be displayed in alphabetical order.
Unfortunately, you cannot change how these apps are listed, so you'll have to live with scrolling from A-Z.
If the process of switching menu screens had made you realize you have way too many apps, you can hit Edit Apps on the force press menu. This will send you back to your chosen menu, this time with little 'X' options to remove apps from your Apple Watch straight from the wrist.
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