Last month, we took a peek at HomeRun, a brand new Apple Watch app from Cartoon developer Aaron Pearce. HomeRun makes it amazingly simple to conduct HomeKit scenes in the Apple Watch, and now the app was updated with assistance producing custom complications.
The assumption of HomeRun is the fact that it creates launch HomeKit scenes out of Apple Watch incredibly simple and simple. Today’s upgrade adds a new layer of personalization to that.
From the HomeRun app on iPhone, the”Complications” tab provides broad support for customizing the complication which appears in your watch face. From the first version of HomeRun, complications can instantly trigger scenes, but they have been restricted in customization since they just exhibited the HomeRun emblem.
Today’s upgrade to HomeRun enables you to personalize those complications. For example, about the Infograph confront, now you can design your”good morning” scene complication with an orange color and a sunlight glyph. This makes it effortless to determine which scene you are starting in the complication. There’s an range of glyphs and colour options available to select from.
Here is the Complete list of what is new in the current HomeRun upgrade:
Produce customized complications to restrain your house straight from your face. Select icons and colors to represent the spectacle which you’re controlling from the complication.
Also in 1.1:
- Updated translations for German and French users
- Sync status is now showing in the Settings page of the iOS app.
- A bug where the Watch and iOS app did not sync up correctly on first launch has been fixed.
HomeRun is a lot more effective than Apple’s first-party Home app on Apple Watch, particularly in the event that you experience an range of scenes and accessories setup. As an example, the Home app itself does not support launching scenes straight from a drawback. Rather, the Home app complication is merely a launcher for your Home app itself.