Has anybody mistaken your Apple Watch for a Casio Calculator Watch? Chances are, it’s the old-timers who may make that error provided how a calculator on the wrist was a big tech improvement and brought that cool element nearly 2 decades back. You know what they state, if you cannot beat ‘‘ em, sign up with ‘ em. Go into – Geek Watch, the app which changes your Apple Watch into a Casio-styled Calculator Watch.

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Now when we say ‘‘ Casio-styled,’ the design and the looks are identical to the now $ 20 Calculator Watches that can be bought on Amazon, eBay and so forth.

Nevertheless, the developers have cheekily changed the branding on the face of the user interface to “Geekio” for apparent legal and copyright problems that would arise had the creators made use of the Japanese business’s brand name, though they did stay with the font and design utilized by Casio.

The app carries a lot of deals with that can be opened using your super-nerdy watch abilities from the past. There are about 9 Casio-styled faces in the app, however apparently many of these are only readily available as in-app purchases and you have to wonder if it’s all worth it provided how the app still has to exercise its screen problems on Apple’s first wearable.


With Apple not supporting customized watch faces from third-parties for the Apple Watch for now, users of Geek Watch will come throughout some gaps and borders around the edges as the watch face does not take over the whole screen.

Geek Watch likewise lugs a retro-styled stopwatch and playing around with it will certainly likewise unlock a few items also. Mentioning unlocking items, typing upside down to spell words will likewise be considered evidence of your nerd powers and hence you will certainly be rewarded in the nerdiest of methods.


Geek Watchexpenses $ 0.99 on the App Store, and you would genuinely have to be a timeless fan to pay for a look that would cost you even more if you wish to additional shuffle through different Casio Calculator Watches.

Take it for a spin, and let us know what you think of it.

(Download: Geek Watch for iOS on the App Store)

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