Apple Watch does not seem to go too well versed in sales, but application developers continue to launch new experience for this device. Pokemon Go Niantic announced support for Apple Watch in September, during the launch iPhone in July and only just managed to bring to market this part of the game, which works closely with the smartphone version.
Pokemon Go Apple Watch is available to all those who have the game installed on your iPhone, being part of it and not a separate application. The functionality of the Apple Watch offers some quick information about progress in the game as the distance to be traveled for removing egg a new Pokemon, Pokemon or what is nearby, but can also provide direct interaction with other elements of the game. For example, when you’re near a Pokestop you can access directly benefits the clock.
When a Pokemon is in close proximity and can be caught, the clock provides a notification, but the need to use the phone to catch. The effort walking down the street Pokemon Go app then syncs with Apple Health system, providing statistics on distance traveled, calories and other information effort.