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Description

Watchla delivers full control of your Tesla to the convenience of your wrist.

With a beautiful, clean & effective UI, Watchla is a watch app for Tesla that aims to replace your phone for most of your remote access needs with your Tesla.

No more pulling your phone out of your pocket every time you want to check on your Tesla or tell it to do something. With Watchla all you have to do is raise your wrist to start interacting with your Tesla.

Watchla, being a fully capable app made for the everyday Tesla owner, can:

-Check various vehicle statuses (charge, climate, etc)
-Perform vehicle commands
-Offers an array of complications to keep you up to date with your Tesla right from your watch face
-Notify you of critical vehicle alerts

While also supporting:

-Siri
-Custom layouts
-Keyless driving
-Homelink
-Sentry Mode
-Multiple vehicles
-User-set vehicle wake preferences
-& much more!

Keeping your account safe:

Watchla holds your privacy and it’s transparency to the highest level and therefore Watchla has decided not to even accept your account credentials as a form of sign in. In fact, Watchla will NEVER see your email and the only time Watchla will EVER process your password is to verify with Tesla to authorize Remote Start, which is required by Tesla when authorizing Remote Start.

As an alternative to credential sign in, Watchla made a whole new dedicated & secure Tesla token authentication app called Authla. Authla is MFA compatible and allows you to authenticate your Tesla account directly on Tesla’s website. No more inputting your email & password on 3rd party app text fields. Once authenticated, you can sign in to Watchla with Authla securely & seamlessly, direct from your iOS device to your WatchOS device.

Your account credentials are never processed or saved by Authla or Watchla.

Signing in with Authla is the easiest, fastest, and most secure way of authenticating your Tesla account on Watchla.

As an alternative, you can also sign in to Watchla using your Tesla API access token. Just paste it in and you’re good to go!

Looking into the future:

Watchla is always evolving in an effort to deliver a top-quality Tesla watch app experience. In the future, Watchla will be seeing many upgrades like:

-Smart Summon
-Watch gesture initiated commands
-Even more watch face complications
-A wider array of critical vehicle alert types that are customizable so you can be informed on the specific issues about your Tesla that matter most to you.
-And a ton of more watch focused features that will elevate your Tesla experience on your wrist.

In addition, Watchla is always listening to users and any user can request a feature they think will fit nicely into the Watchla experience. Many user-submitted features have already made it to Watchla and it is likely that there are many more to come. If you would like to request a feature for Watchla, you can do so here: https://watchla.app/feedback/#req-new-feature

Download Watchla, the ultimate watch app for Tesla and experience total control over your Tesla, from the convenience of your wrist.

To read more about how Watchla takes privacy seriously, see our privacy policy at https://watchla.app/legal/

Disclaimer: Watchla is an independent Tesla watch app and it is not owned or endorsed by Tesla Inc. Watchla utilizes Tesla’s open API to safely & securely provide you with remote access to your Tesla vehicle from your watch. Watchla is an independent watch app.

What’s New

Version 1.91

- Added visual charge state indicator to critical charge/range notifications
- Added Remote Start Complication
- Made open Watchla complication compatible with more complication types
- Added Support codes for personalized support with the Watchla team
- Added a notification and alert system for users who use single use tokens to be notified when their token is about to expire and/or has expired.
- Added access to support code from the main sign in screen
- Added a new feature that proactively refreshes token days out from expiration, so there is no lapse in authorization or use
- Added a notification and alert system for users who use single use tokens to be notified when their token is about to expire and/or has expired.
- Increased the frequency for which Watchla checks on the vehicle's wake status to further reduce 408 errors related to the car falling asleep too fast.
- Fixed a bug that did not give commands in sequence enough time to let slower connection-based vehicles to update their relevant statuses
- Refined location to be as accurate as possible to avoid discrepancy in instances where a broader location is confused by the Tesla API as being too far away from the vehicle. This minimizes false in errors while triggering Homelink, closing windows, etc

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Bwitty26 ,

Remote Start

I am enjoying the app, other than the remote start. The first time I tried it, I was promoted to enter my password, which I did. Following and ever since, I get a message saying “Error sending command to vehicle. Please check your internet connect and try again.” If I can fix this issue, then it’s a 5 out of 5 for me.

Jaysin1977 ,

Love but needs one little change

I LOVE this app. It works great. However. I wish I could turn off the “error getting data” message. My car parks in a garage with limited signal so I get this all the time. And as soon as I click past it...it works just fine anyway. Instead of this alert maybe just have a different color icon if it can’t get signal? It’s a very small thing as it’s just one extra click. But otherwise it’s amazing!

Trinkby ,

Consistently inconsistent

As often as not, this app gives me a data error message and fails to connect. I wrote to the developer about the problem but haven’t received a response yet. Even when the app opens properly, completion of Siri commands are also hit or miss. I’m on the fence about whether to ask for my money back or wait and see if updates fix the problems. I’m sure this is an ambitious project for the developer and I wish him or her luck in ironing out the kinks.
Update- the developer did respond with a few helpful (but unsuccessful) ideas to avoid the error message, so I’ve increased the star rating to three stars. When it connects, the app is quite handy, and I’ll stand by hoping for reliability improvements.

Developer Response ,

**Update: this issue has been fixed, please update to version 1.60

Hi, so this has been discovered to be a critical bug that affects some users where there Apple Watch blocks connection to the Tesla API. A bug fix is being rapidly produced and should be coming in an App Store update shortly. You can read more about it here: https://github.com/itsMeDavidV/Watchla-Support/issues/6

App Privacy

The developer, Villegas Ventures LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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