For Pokemon trainers out there, sometimes Pokemon can hatch from the egg by walking with it.
[INAUDIBLE] from a complication on the watch face I can see how far I need to walk to hatch my eggs.
The main screen shows my current level and XV I need to get to the next.
My walk is recorded as a workout.
This helps me make faster progress towards my activity goals.
All right let's take a walk.
During my walk I can see how far I walked and the calories burned.
At a glance I see which Pokemon are nearby.
So let's keep walking A wild Snarlex appeared!
[APPLAUSE] If it wasn't for this demo, I definitely would have taken out my iPhone to capture it.
Let's keep walking.
When I approach a PokeStop, a tap on my wrist lets me know.
PokeStop's are located at interesting places, such as public artworks and historical landmarks.
This one is Bill Graham, interesting.
Let's collect some items.
I just swipe, Sweet, I go an Ultra Ball.
With Pokemon Go on Apple watch, I would never miss a Pokestop.
[SOUND] I think I just earned a gold medal.
This means I visited 2,000 pokestops.
That's pretty impressive.
I'm going to keep walking to see if I can hatch my egg.
Here we are.
Let's see what hatches.
It's a Pikachu.>> [APPLAUSE]
Isn't that exciting?
Now that I've done walking let's end my workout
The summary screen shows all my activity and all the items I collected along the way.
Pokemon Go on Apple Watch will help you to be the very best.
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