From fitness trackers to communication devices, wearable gadgets and gizmos are all the rage. While not the first interactive watch to come on the market, the Apple Watch, debuting in April 2015, may be one of the most powerful and accessible. In addition to keeping time, the Apple Watch will run a variety of apps, notify you of incoming messages, or allow you to send a tap, sketch, or even your heartbeat to another Apple Watch user. The Apple Watch also has built-in activity tracking that can help you monitor and reach personal fitness goals.
As with the iPhone, apps are where the real power and personalization lie. In this slideshow, we've featured 21 apps that will be available when the Apple Watch ships.
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