What about a slang dictionary on your wrist? With a free app called UrbanWatch, you can browse definitions from the Urban Dictionary website on Apple Watch as a boss.
Created by Australian teen developer Archer Gardiner-Sheridan and released three months ago, the UrbanWatch features a simple user interface with just a few easy-to-understand options.
Last week, the app ran into version 2.0, giving a careful iPhone app along with the ability to store words for later. Saved items are now synced with the iOS app, allowing you to view favorite phrases and words on the larger phone screen.
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Instead of confining themselves to being a simple dictionary app, UrbanWatch brings additional capabilities that will be known to anyone who has used the Urban Dictionary website.
For example, you can easily check out the Urban Dictionary's Day of the Day.
If you are lucky, feel free to tap the option to display randomly selected words. Of course, you can also search for specific words using dictation, watchOS 'gesture writing system or FlickType, which is the leading third-party Apple Watch keyboard.
UrbanWatch packages in a practical transparent modular little complication. I was again thinking that there would be a Siri complication for the Day of the Day feature, which would make the app perfect!
UrbanWatch can be downloaded for free in the App Store.
A one-time 99-cent In-App Purchase is needed to store and share specific words with friends.