The watchOS operating system does not have a Safari Web Browser App.
It integrates Apple's WebKit web layout engine and uses Safari's Reader Mode to display web pages.
Only Apple Watch devices running WatchOS 5 or higher can exploit limited viewing of web content on your wrist!
Only the Apple Watch Messages and Mail App support the ability to display web content when someone shares a web page link and the USER CHOOSES TO OPEN THE LINK with their Apple ⌚ Watch.
Not every web page will be able to be viewed on the small screen of an Apple Watch!
The Hamburger Menu is not easily discoverable and the "Touch Area" is too small on the small screen of an Apple Watch!
Most mobile web pages use a MEDIUM size font. Recommend using larger font sizes so the web page content is readable on small screens!
Unique content layout of the web page. The viewport dimensions of 320 x 357 is reduced by 50%.
TAP the link on their Apple Watch Messages App to display the Digital Business Card webpage on the small screen on the user's Apple ⌚ Watch.
TAP the Phone Number Link to initiate a phone call.
TAP the Send Message Link to dictate a message.
TAP the Address Link to obtain driving, transit, or walking direction notifications.
To exploit this feature, the Apple Watch Map App settings needs to be configured to receive TURN ALERTS and SHOW NAVIGATION Transit Notifications on the user's Apple ⌚ Watch.
The Apple ⌚ Watch was introduced in 2015 and in just 4 year Apple sold more watches than the entire Swiss Watch industry!
AssistiveTouch allows users to control an Apple Watch without actually touching the device on Apple Watch SE and Series 6 and later devices.
Apple Watch dominates with a 52.5% worldwide smartwatch market share!
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