The Steps Tracker App allows a complication to be displayed on the watch face which shows a graphical representation of how close you are to completing your target steps for the day. The complication will automatically update throughout the day.
If the complication is loaded onto your current watch face and your watch is unlocked, it also notifies you when you have reached two-thirds of your target and when you hit or exceed your target steps for the day.
Having used previous fitness trackers, seeing an indication of my steps taken was something I really wanted to see on my Apple Watch.
The Steps Tracker application comes preset with a target of 10,000 steps a day. However, you can easily change this target on the Apple Watch by using Force Touch. Alternatively you can change it on the iPhone via the app's ‘cog’ icon.
Fixed an issue which caused the Watch App to crash if no complication was running on the watch face.
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how to set
how do i set the watch face on display ??
i only can change count of steps.
You can change the watch face by adding a complication to it.
If you open up the 'Watch App' on the iPhone
Then tap on the watch face you use the most in the 'My Faces' section you will see a section called Complications.
Choose one of these and tap on it, and then select 'Steps Tracker'
You will then see your steps represented on the watch face.
I hope that helps, if not do use the support email in the App Store, as I'd love to hear more from you.
Force start doesn’t work
Sorry to hear it is not working for you. Can you let me know what is happening? Make sure that you have allowed the App to have access to your motion data in Settings, Privacy, Motion & Fitness on the iPhone. Thanks in advance. Drew
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.