A step by step guide of WatchMaker on Ticwatch for iOS users

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KampongBoy
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Re: A step by step guide of WatchMaker on Ticwatch for iOS users

Post by KampongBoy » Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:59 am

OK. Found it. Thanks!

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Re: A step by step guide of WatchMaker on Ticwatch for iOS users

Post by MechMick » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:33 pm

Regarding BATTERY LIFE

Is WatchMaker worse battery life when compared to original Tic watch face?

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Re: A step by step guide of WatchMaker on Ticwatch for iOS users

Post by MechMick » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:35 pm

BATTERY LIFE ??

worse battery life when using a WatchMaker watch face compared to the Tic Watch original face ?

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Re: A step by step guide of WatchMaker on Ticwatch for iOS users

Post by holmanm » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:38 am

MechMick wrote:
Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:35 pm
BATTERY LIFE ??

worse battery life when using a WatchMaker watch face compared to the Tic Watch original face ?
WatchMaker itself doesn't affect battery life either way. How many pixels are lit and what sensors are in use are what affect battery life. If you have a watch face that shows no information (no pixels lit) your battery would last a long time but not give you any information. If you have every pixel lit and every sensor in use (showing constant heart rate, GPS location, steps, update weather every 30 minutes ...) then your battery will drain fast but you will have all information right there.

The advantage to WatchMaker is that you can choose what to show on bright and dim mode so you can create the perfect mix between battery life and information to suit your needs.

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