How to Quickly Set a Photo as a Watch Face on Your Apple Watch

How to Quickly Set a Photo as a Watch Face on Your Apple Watch

If you’re like me, you occasionally see a photo on Twitter that you realize would look great as a watch face on your Apple Watch. Did you know you can quickly use almost any image you view in Twitter on your iPhone as an Apple Watch watch face? Here’s how.

How to Quickly Set a Photo as a Watch Face on Your Apple Watch

 

While we use the Twitter app as an example in this article, this should work in any iPhone app that allows you to save a photo.

1.) Press and hold on the photo you wish to use.

2.) In the dialog that appears, tap the “Create Watch Face” icon.

3.) On the next screen, tap which Watch Face format to use, “Photos Watch Face,” or “Kaleidoscope Watch Face.”

4.) On the next screen, you’ll see the options page. Here, you can set the Time Position (Top or Bottom), and where the Complication appears (Above Time or Below Time).

5.) Tap the “Add” button.

By following the steps above, you can quickly add any photo that catches your fancy as an Apple Watch watch face.

For more tips and tricks on how to make better use of your Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, or Apple TV, be sure to visit the “How-to” section of our website.

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Aaron Mason | Senior Editor for AppleUnboxed | Tech Enthusiast | YouTube Content Creator | Leaks, Renders, Concepts | Breaking Apple News | Software Engineer | iOS Dev | Graphic Designer | Apple Employee | Professional Photographer | 40K YouTuber & Founder Of ReviewTheBest On YouTube!
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