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Review what was covered in our Advanced watchOS video tutorial series.
Learn about localization on the watch, and how to add translations and test them out in the simulator.
Learn about accessibility on the watch and how to get the best screen reading experience for your users.
Learn about time travel and how to show a time-based range of data in your complication.
Learn the basics of setting up and testing a watch complication.
Learn about configuring and testing notifications in your watch app.
Continue with watch connectivity and learn about background transfers and application context data.
Learn about interactive messaging in watch connectivity to send data real-time from the watch to the paired phone.
Learn about getting data from your users on the watch with pickers and text entry modals.