Activity for watchOS
The Apple Watch is a fantastic fitness tracker, but it still lags behind when it comes to recovery.
Apple is set to run a new Apple Watch Activity Challenge as part of International Dance Day with exclusive awards offered. International Dance Day takes place on April 29.
Activity Sharing lets you share the progress on your rings with your friends and family. Here's how to set it up.
There's a new Apple Watch challenge for you to enjoy as Apple celebrates Black History Month.
For employees that had completed this year's "Close Your Rings" Apple Watch Activity Challenge, Apple has started to deliver their prizes.
Some people really like to keep their Activity ring streaks going. But sometimes the world conspires against you like this poor Redditor.
Your Apple Watch tracks plenty, but there's one thing that's more important than the rest – your exercise ring. That's according to cardia surgeon Dr. Brian Lima.
Apple often runs special challenges via the Apple Watch's Activity app. Today Apple celebrates World Environment Day and is giving out a super easy medal.
Apple's next Apple Watch Activity Challenge will be in honor of International Women's Day on March 8.
The Apple Watch doesn’t track activity like every other fitness tracker. Here’s what you need to know.
How does Apple measure all of your activity? How do you get the most out of tracking your workouts? Here's everything you need to know.
Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between.
If your stand reminders have suddenly gone silent after upgrading to watchOS 4, check this setting.
Attention, readers in China: on August 8, you can complete a workout of 30 minutes or more to unlock Apple's 'National Fitness Day' badge!
The big features in watchOS 5 are pretty great, but this update is more about the little improvements than the keynote features — and boy, are there a lot of little improvements.
If your Apple Watch doesn't seem to be properly tracking your steps or exercise, here's an easy way to calibrate it.
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