Browse and find watches efficiently with WatchRecon, the most intelligent and comprehensive search engine for private watch sales. This is the iOS interface for watchrecon.com.
This handy assistant scans popular watch sales forums and builds a fast centralized search index. To give you a better watch sales browsing experience, WatchRecon is constantly summarizing useful information you need, presented in a way to save you time, whether you are looking for a specific watch or simply cruising the sales corners. We aim to provide a rapid and powerful watch hunting experience with a military-like efficiency.
You may also set up active alerts on search terms of your desire to save you even more time. Try them out!
The refresh button is back! Listing thumbnails are now larger to take advantage of larger iPhone screens, plus they are faster to load. Many parts of the application support iOS's dynamic type sizing.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Just needs slightly better filtering options
I've used WR for years via the web, and having an app for it is great, I just wish it had more filtering options like the website.
This app is terrible. I've had it a week and it's already cost me thousands of dollars in watches I probably would not have found had I not had this app. The developer did an amazing job, seriously. Really well done and slick the way that the photos, location, make and model and price are parsed out. I never review apps but I just had to review this one to provide feedback to the developer. To make this app even better, a couple things.
1) have the option to parse the text from the sales post into the quick view screen as this often includes descriptive details. I would rather not have to load up the full view of the webpage with all the ads and stuff every time I want more information on a sale.
2) add ability for more quick search/alerts.
3) push badge and banner notifications instead of having to load the app to see notifications.
4) if possible be able to load the full size images so again, I don't need to open the full view to zoom in and see more detail.
5) index sales posts from further back in time. Right now it appears to only go back to January or early February. Often need to search further back to look for rarer items or to price compare a sales price.
I would gladly pay $2-5 for this app if even half of these recommendations were implemented. Great job!
The app provides a basic snapshot of watches, but you usually need to visit the actual website where the watch is listed to see pertinent information, and that is where this app fails. Rather than just linking you to the site, the app seems to be doing something in the middle because loading any outside webpage in “Full View” from the app causes a LONG pause or a crash before you actually get to the page where the watch is listed. It’s very noticeable and not something you would experience if you just clicked a normal link to a website. Something needs to be fixed here.
The developer, WatchRecon, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- Sammy Sy
- 1.6 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2012 WatchRecon
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.