Watch your TV shows on the Apple TV with the new Apple Watch app, Apple announced today.
It’s all a bit of a mixed bag, however.
The app has been out for a week now, and so far it’s still pretty rough around the edges.
There are some weird, missing features, like a full-screen video player, and no way to save a video to the watchOS 3 app.
But Apple has managed to get the app to work on the new hardware, and there are some interesting new features.
First, the Watch app is completely compatible with all major platforms, including Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.
That includes iOS and Android phones that use the WatchKit framework.
That means the Watch App can be run on the Watch and the iPhone simultaneously.
This is important for some TV shows, like ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” which Apple says will be the first of many shows that will use WatchKit.
Apple is also rolling out a number of new watchfaces to support the new app.
The first is the Apple News watchface, which has a “News” section on the left side of the watch.
The News section also includes some interesting interactive elements, like trending news stories.
In addition, the Apple App is making some other notable changes, too.
Instead of displaying a message every time the Apple watch app opens, you’ll now get a “My App” button on the home screen.
You’ll also be able to change the display’s color from blue to white, which Apple describes as a “natural, light, dark blue.”
Apple says it’s also made a few minor tweaks to the way that the app handles its notifications.
It’s now better at automatically responding to notifications, and it’s less likely to block certain people from receiving a message.