How to Share Your Watch Face from Apple Watch and iPhone

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Want to share your Apple Watch watch face with your friends and family? Here's how you can using your Apple Watch and iPhone, both.

Create Your Watch Face with Anyone Straight from Apple Watch or iPhone

Apple Watch is a really fun device to use once you get the hang of it. You can customize the watch face to a point where it truly become yours. Sure, it can do with truly custom and downloadable watch faces, but that's a story for another day. But, if you have managed to create a great watch face within the confines of what Apple offers on Apple Watch and want to share it with friends and family members, then you will be pleased to learn that you can do that with a native feature in watchOS and even iPhone to which the Apple Watch is connected.

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In short; you can share your watch face with anyone.

Tutorial

There are two ways you can share your watch face with someone. You can either do it straight from your Apple Watch or iPhone. The Apple Watch method is super easy and here's how it works:

Step 1. Wake your Apple Watch.

Step 2. Tap and hold on the watch face and then find the watch face which you want to share by swiping on the display whilst in edit mode.

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Step 3. Tap on the Share icon on the bottom left.

Step 4. You can either share your watch face with your recently interacted contacts or you can scroll down and send it via Messages or Mail to anyone you like.

If you want to share your Apple Watch watch face from your iPhone then here's what you need to do:

Step 1. Launch the Watch app on the iPhone.

Step 2. At the top you'll see a section called My Faces. Tap on the face you wish to share.

Step 3. Now tap on the Share icon on the top right hand corner. It will bring up the share sheet and you'll get a ton of options through which you can share your creation with anyone.

Remember one thing, if you're using complications in your watch face that are not native to watchOS, and require a third-party app to be downloaded, then those complications won't be shared with the other person, obviously. But, if they do have that particular app installed, then it won't be a problem.

There's really nothing more to this really. You now know how to share your unique watch face with anyone out there. That's a huge responsibility on its own, isn't it?

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