WatchTime - The Magazine of Fine Watches

The No. 1 watch magazine in the U.S. is now available for the iPad!

Use this free WatchTime app to preview, organize, and purchase individual issues.

Purchase WatchTime iPad editions enhanced with multimedia features for $7.99 or subscribe to the 6 months auto-renewable subscription for $19.99. The subscription will be automatically renewed until canceled. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.

Including FREE Special-Editions:

- Receive complete issues as iPad editions
- Bonus content includes audio, video, supplements and photo galleries
- News available in the iPhone-Version
- Bookmarks
- iPad-optimized reading experience - zoom images and text
- Table of Contents
- Personal archive of purchased issues
- Read offline with access to audio, video, supplements and photo galleries

For more info about the iPad edition of WatchTime go to

About WatchTime

WatchTime’s editorial independence and expertise has made it America’s most respected watch magazine. Best known for its in-depth cover stories, striking original photography, and thorough watch tests and reviews, WatchTime also offers people profiles (top watchmakers, watch collectors, and watch executives), product trends, technical features, watch industry analysis, historical and travel articles and more, all aimed at informing and entertaining watch aficionados.

Our privacy policy can be found here at,

What’s New

Version 3.17

Fehlerkorrekturen und Stabilitätsverbesserungen

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
4 Ratings
4 Ratings
Pete13763 ,

Much Better, almost 100%

I purchased the WatchTime all access bundle for $49 .95. It directed me to this app for reading the magazines and newsletters on my iPad.
I had some difficulty getting started with the app but the current version has fixed the problems. It's a good app for viewing the magazines and newsletters.
The one point of inconsistency is that the ad for the All Access bundle says that you get access to all their archives. That is not true. I tried to access the 2012 Buyers Guide and one other magazine that was apparently considered "special" and those publications had additional charges ($15 or so).

If you do not buy their all access bundle, and only wanted to purchase one or two of their publications through the in app process, I suspect it would work fine and you would be happy.

Chainringtattoo ,

Don't Buy In-App Purchases!!!

This app has a lot of promise. Too bad it absolutely does not work. I bought a 6 month subscription which at this point is useless. The app almost never recognizes that you have an internet connection, even when you have a very strong connection. I've downloaded the same magazines three times already but have no idea where they go. Yesterday i wanted to read one on a plane but it wasn't there and course I didn't have an internet connection to download it. I've been trying all day to download my magazines AGAIN. The sorry app says I don't have an internet connection yet the Speedtest app shows I'm getting 15mb down/3mb up. The app also crashes constantly. I like the idea of reading magazines on my iPad but this app is absolute POS. Don't waste your time.

StevieC54 ,

Well, It's Touted As Free

I've been subscribing to WatchTime for several years npow and it is quite dissapointing that while the app is free, to get content to go with thatg app there is a fee.

For instance, why would I want to buy the current Omega Speedmaster Special when I already bought all the content as it all appeared in print?

Now I realize that the primary readers of WatchTime are gazillionaires with 6 and 7 figures of disposable income who don't mind spending $35 on a glass of champaign at the polo matches so what is $2.99 for an electronic edition of what they already bought but really WatchTime, what about the rest of us who aren't as fortunate and have keep an eye on expenses? We're the lower half of your subscribers and I suppose we're feeling a bit decieved by claiming the app is free.

Typically idiotic board room decission that fails the test of logic. Electronic version are supposed to bhe an incentive to get people to subscribe, not an income generator. The income comes from subscriptions.

Oh well. Looks like I'm not the only one dissapointed.


Ebner Verlag GmbH & Co KG
41 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, French, German

Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Ebner Publishing International
In-App Purchases
  1. WatchTime $19.99
  2. WatchTime $39.99
  3. WatchTime December 2010 $6.99


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