Watchville is the easiest way to keep up with wristwatch news, aggregating the most popular watch blogs all in one place. Watchville also includes tools for the watch collector, including an atomic clock, leap year, and moon phase setting tool.
Various bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Hardly ever rate or review apps, but this is a great app.
For me, this app is the medium through which I receive the top stories in the watch world. If there's something worth talking about, I usually catch wind of it through Watchville. A great "complication" to the app is the time function. If using the app to set the time on your watch, it'll give you a 5 second countdown before the start of the next minute. I think the app's time is synched to NIST, but I could be making that up. You can choose the sites that appear on the main feed. You aren't limited to the linked articles on the feed either. You can click on related articles suggested by the site, not the app.
I love the app, because you don't have to sift through tons of topics to find one that you want to see more about. I still find myself going down a rabbit hole of curiosity anyways.
It's got a simple, neat layout, and best part of all is that it's free
New Lange watchface hinders clock function
This is still a very good app for most of its uses, such as collecting articles from the Internet on Watch news. However, the new watch face atomic clock function misses the mark big time.
The app's normal watch face, as well as the Tudor versions, are very good. The reason they work is they are a black watch background and light colored hands, and that makes it easy to read.
The new Lange watch face is essentially all white. The face is white, the hands are almost white and the hour markers are near white -it basically can't be read at a quick glance.
Even worse, it is so white that you can't use it at night even when you turn down the brightness and use the iPhone's auto brightness function.
Using it in the car as my clock, which is what I normally do, can no longer be done because it is like you're pointing your iPhone's flashlight right in your eyes.
I don't know why they decided to cripple one of the app's great functions and make it dangerous to use, but they did, so I've changed my previous 5 star rating to 4.
I also got a different free clock app to use instead of this one when I'm in the car or at work.
Thanks to all whom are sharing in their work in the wonderful world of fine watchmaking. I’m intrigued with the wonders of the mechanical movement of the automatic watch. Thanks to those who devote their life to their work and allowing us to not only wear nicely made time pieces but letting us into your watchmaking world and allowing these watch app-making gurus to putting their fantastic work into covering the world of fine watchmaking. I’m a daily reader and viewer the watchville app. Thanks again and keep up your outstanding work.
Love and enjoy the app tremendously.
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