Engadge is a web app store for apps that can be used in apps.
It has a free version that includes many apps, but there is also a paid version.
It lets you install new apps from the App Store and is an excellent way to get more apps.
Here is how to install an app from the free version on the Apple Watch.
To install an iOS 8.1 app on your iPhone 6s Plus, first open the Watch app.
From the Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
Tap the iOS icon.
Slide down to the Applications section.
Slide the arrow to Install.
Slide it back down to Continue.
After you finish installing the app, tap Done to exit the app and then open the watch app again.
Tap Settings and then Tap About.
Tap Apple Watch to see the version number of your Watch.
Tap Watch Apps to see how many apps you have installed.
Tap Install to start installing an app.
Once you install an application, you can see it on your watch, so you can quickly access it.
To quickly access an app, swipe left from the top of the screen.
You will be taken to the app’s menu.
From here, you are able to select a specific app to install.
To start a new app, simply tap the icon in the top right corner of the menu.
Once installed, it will be available on your Watch, so your notifications and settings will show up.
To stop an app or to uninstall an app without having to go to the Home Screen, tap its icon.
If you tap Done, the app will be removed from your watch.
You can then uninstall an application by tapping its icon again.
If an app is removed, it disappears from the Homescreen and can’t be restored.
To uninstall an Apple Watch app, the HomeScreen icon will turn red.
You cannot uninstall an App Store app or install an Apple watch app from your phone.
To remove an Apple device, tap Remove.
To access your iPhone, press the Home button twice, then tap the power button to release the Home Button.
You should now be able to access your phone, and if you are on the HomePage, tap Settings to see what’s going on.
From there, tap System Updates to see your most recent system updates.
If your iPhone is older than iOS 8, you might need to upgrade to iOS 9.1.