Run a metronome on your Apple Watch and receive haptic feedback for each note. No longer do you have to listen for the metronome sound to tell you when the beat has hit. Instead let it tap your wrist.
Think of this, playing live on stage with your instrument and nearest to your instrument is your wrist tapping to the beat. I can't think of a better place and way to keep the beat.
No more needing to tap your foot. Let Apple Watch tap your wrist instead.
This tool is for entertainment purposes only. As the Watch doesn't allow apps to continuously run, the metronome will stop at either 15 or 70 seconds based on your General-Wake Screen-On Tap setting on your watch. For best results, place the watch on the inner portion of your wrist so that the watch doesn't automatically shut down because of lowering your wrist.
This update is signed with Apple’s latest signing certificate. No new features are included.
Ratings and Reviews
Works 1,000,000 times better than "Pulse," but the haptic is a little weak.
Shame Apple won’t let apps stay running
So the other review said that it stops tapping when the watch display turns off, that is because Apple makes that happen. There is nothing an app can do to make it always stay running. Which is a big bummer as this app could be amazing if it could keep tapping your arm even when the screen goes dark. You won’t find any apps in the app store that can keep going when the screen goes dark. Maybe in the next Watch OS version it will.
I really want this concept to happen. Everything is how it should be except one major flaw. It stops tapping when the watch display turns off. Completely defeats the purpose of having this metronome.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.