With the introduction of watchOS 3, Apple Watch has become more user-friendly and elegant than ever before. Superb features like all new UI, revamped Control Center, much improved Siri, Emergency SOS have really ramped up the game for the Watch.

Complications are superb both in terms of augmenting the look of the watch face and adding some important information like upcoming flight, your next pill dosage, and more. Moreover, you have the option to add complications from third-party apps as well. Here is how it works.

How to Add Third-Party Complications to Apple Watch Running watchOS 3

How to Add third-party complications to Apple Watch Running watchOS 3

How to Add, Remove Complication Options from the Customize Screen Using Watch App on iPhone

It’s very simple to add and remove complication option. You can quickly get it done using the Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #1. Starting off, you have to launch Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Next, you need to tap on My Watch tab located at the bottom left corner.

Step #3. Now, tap on Complications.

In order to add a complication, tap on the add button.

In order to remove a complication, tap on the minus button. Then tap Remove.

In order to rearrange the order, touch and hold on the rearrange button. Then, you need to drag and drop the complication.

How to Add Complications to Your Apple Watch Running watchOS 3

You can quickly add your favorite complications to your Apple Watch. It’s a smart way to not just make the Watch face look nice but also boost its functionality.

Step #1. First off, you have to launch the Clock app on your Apple Watch.

Step #2. Next, you have to press firmly on the display to enter clock face edit mode.

Step #3. Now, you have to select the preferred face, and then tap on Customize.

Step #4. Next, you will have to tap on the complication. Then, scroll through the options until you find the right option.

As complications are organized alphabetically, you can easily find the best option to add to your wearable device.

That’s it! You can repeat these steps to add more complications to your Apple Watch.

What do you think of watchOS 3? Has it really enhanced the user experience of Apple Watch? It would be nice to have your views in the comments below or on Facebook,Twitter, and Google Plus.