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How to get a feel for the Apple Watch

An app maker has published a free website that allows you to virtually see the Apple Watch and get a better idea of how the watch works.

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As we wait for the Apple Watch to launch in April, there's not a lot we can do to get a better idea of how the watch works. Screenshots and mockups of how apps may or will look on the watch keep popping up, but other than that there's not much else in the way of a full demo.

Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET was put together by the team behind the Pipes iOS app. On the site you'll find an interactive simulator with a total of 19 different apps available for you to swipe your way through, as pointed out by 9to5Mac in early January.

Beyond getting a look at various apps, you can also check out Notifications and Glances, which will be an integral part of the Apple Watch.

Naturally, there's also a demo of how the Pipes app itself will look on your wrist.

If you've been dying to give the Apple Watch a try, now's your chance.