How to add, remove and reorganize applications in the Apple Watch Dock on watchOS 3

With watchOS 3 , Apple Watch has become more competent and versatile than ever. With several completely new watch covers, an iOS-style notification and control center and more, the latest watchOS has finally delivered the goods.

One of the most important features of watchOS 3 is the Dock, which allows you to quickly find and switch to the most used applications. You can invoke the Dock by simply pressing the side button on your handheld.

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In previous versions of watchOS, the Friends carousel used to be invoked when you pressed the side button. This functionality was not as important. Several Watch users, including myself, used to feel that this button could be used better.

Fortunately, Apple has brought about the much-needed change in the shape of the Dock that makes it very easy to add and access frequently used applications on the smart clock. Thats how it works best!

How to add applications to the Dock on watchOS 3 in Apple Watch

Step 1. First, you will need to open the application on your clock that you want to add.

>Step 2. Then you must press the side button to open the Dock.

>Step 3. Play Keep on the dock .

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Removing Applications from the Dock on watchOS 3

If you no longer want to keep any applications in the Dock, there is an easy way to get rid of them.

Step 1. Simply press the side button to open the Dock in your Apple Watch.

Step 2. Then you must slide up in the application.

>Step 3. Finally, touch the button Delete .

>Reorganizing Applications in the Dock at Apple Watch

To reorganize the applications in the dock, you must touch and hold (not force touch) and drag the application exactly where you want to place it.

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With watchOS 3, it is quite simple to change, add, delete or even rearrange the clock faces directly from your paired iPhone. The latest version of watchOS has made the portable device more stylish. What is your opinion about this? Share your comments with us in the commentary, at