For those of you hoping that Apple would open a native Apple Watch App Store, the wait is finally over.
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has managed to sell a lot of Apple Watches, but one of the complaints some users have is that there's no native app store for the Watch -- you have to find
apps that are compatible with the Watch. Well, that's about to change, as Apple has announced an app store for the Watch, with its own independent apps that you can search for and download right on your Watch.
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Watch this: App store coming to Apple Watch
The new Watch App store will roll with the release of WatchOS 6. However, there's no word yet when WatchOS 6 will arrive (we'll update this story as soon as we find out). But Apple did preview the Watch App Store store at
2019 and showed off several new apps, including an audiobooks app, language translator, calculator, sports and health apps, as well as new Watch Faces.