The Apple Watch has a honeycomb-style app screen. While it is efficient, you may have trouble finding the right app on the small screen. Switch the app layout to list view to see larger app icons with app names on your Apple Watch.
Apple Watch has supported the list view feature for a few years now. Until watchOS 7, all you had to do was press and hold the screen (Force Touch) to find the option to go to list view.
But as of watchOS 7, Apple has removed the Force Touch feature across the operating system (this also changes the process for clearing all notifications). So now you have to go to Settings app to switch to list view.
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On your Apple Watch, press the Digital Crown to open the apps gallery screen. Here, choose the “Settings”
Now scroll down and choose the option “App View”. Switch to the “List View” option here.
And that’s it. When you press the Digital Crown, you will now see all your installed apps in a list view, arranged in alphabetical order. You can swipe up or down on the screen or turn the Digital Crown to scroll through the list.
The process for uninstalling apps is also different in the list view. Swipe left on an app, tap the “Delete” button in the shape of a trash can, then choose the “Delete app” option.
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