With the original version of the Apple Watch, Apple introduced “grid” view, which shows tiny icons for each app in a random circular pattern, making them difficult to find for most people, especially if you don’t remember what the unlabeled icons are. At some point, Apple relented and gave us the more sensible list view, which shows all the apps—with their names—sorted alphabetically. Though you have to enable this manually. If your Apple Watch shows apps in grid view when you press the Digital Crown, switch it by opening the Watch app on your iPhone, tapping App View, and selecting List View. You can also do this on the watch itself in the Settings app.
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