Just ahead of the official Apple Watch launch of April 24, Apple has made the last three of its "Guided Tour" videos available.

The videos cover the Apple Watch's Activity and Workout features, as well as how to use the wearable with Apple Pay.

In the activity video, Apple notes that the Activity app on Apple Watch can help motivate you to move more by setting three daily fitness goals. Once set up with a basic set of personal information, the Activity app will present users with progress rings for your calorie burning goals, minutes of exercise, and number of hours standing. To add a bit of fun to the tracker, users can also gain achievements for hitting their goals.

For anyone who has used a workout app before, the Apple Watch's take should be familiar. Users simply open the app and select from a wide range of workouts to get started. Once you begin a workout, you can then track your total time and distance right from the watch. At the end of your workout, you can then sync the information right back to your iPhone.

The final video in the series covers using Apple Pay, and it's a fairly simple affair. To use the payment method with Apple Watch, you simply double tap the side button then hold your Apple Watch up to the contactless reader.

As with the previous videos in the series, these final three are only available to view on Apple's website for now. We'll update this post once the videos have made their way to YouTube.

Update: Apple has made the videos available on YouTube, which we've embedded below for your viewing pleasure:

Source: Apple Thanks for the tip, Roshan!