Apple has released a new app that lets users upload sweat videos to its watch, which is available now in the App Store.
The app uses a combination of a video feed from the Apple Watch and a photo taken with an iPhone.
Users can choose from five different camera styles for the photos, and they can upload videos in both 1080p and 60fps video.
The photo uploaded to the app also has a few additional options, including “highlight,” which allows users to highlight a specific spot in a photo.
Users also can choose to show or hide certain details from the photo.
The app’s creators say the app uses “an innovative cloud-based process to create a large-scale video archive of over 500,000 photos captured in the last five years” that can be edited, cropped, and otherwise edited.
The users also can edit video and audio to add their own commentary, and it can be exported to audio and other formats.
This app also allows users who upload videos from their wrist to be recognized by Siri.
The developers say they’ve found that users tend to prefer to see the content of a photo and video uploaded to their watch than the content uploaded from their iPhone.
They said this is because they prefer the user’s interaction with the photo and the content on their watch, and the user is more likely to respond appropriately.
In addition, they said, people are less likely to make mistakes with photos and videos uploaded from the Watch.
The developer’s app is a small, one-off effort that was designed for the Apple TV and doesn’t have any plans to expand to other devices.