We’re practically a month on from the arrival of the Apple Watch yet deevlopers are still progressively launching updates to their applications that include an Apple Watch element, and today SoundCloud is the latest to follow suit.
Released today and offered as a free upgrade to the existing free app, the Apple Watch-enabled SoundCloud app can be downloaded and install from Apple’s App Store and brings with it all the features you would really want from a wrist-based sound application and possibly a couple you wouldn’t.
What SoundCloud does solve is because it functions as a remote for the iPhone application, presenting artwork for whatever is repeating there and revealing information such as artist and track title.
Users could start and stop briefly sound from their Apple Watch, and if they feel the need to go discovering they could also swipe left and right in order to move through their SoundCloud material. Force Pressing on content offers the alternative to add it to a Collection too, so discovery should be well catered for here.
The addition of SoudnCloud to the Apple Watch ought to maintain users of the iPhone app pleased at the very least for now, and the remote command facet of the app has the very least following in the steps of comparable audio apps that have actually made the leap from phone to watch.
We’re not certain that the discovery element has to exist, yet having the alternative most likely isn’t a bad point unless it affects efficiency excessive, specifically thinking about that Apple Watch applications already have a reputation for being a lot less compared to stylish.
If you’re a SoundCloud user though, we see little reason to not give this Apple Watch a try.
(Download: SoundCloud for iOS on the App Store)