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    Moderator - Central tribe125's Avatar
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    Watchville iPhone App

    For those who don't already know it -

    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/watc...932598030?mt=8

    It's good.

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    It is a great app. You can also access it on the web at Watchville if you'd prefer to see many of the popular watch blogs in one place.

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    I downloaded it-Thanks guys.It is good.
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    I found it last week with the help of a Finnish watch site. I find it very useful, so far been a bit lazy to surf blog-sites.

    I think it might make me gravitate away from hanging at forums and towards occasional blog reading.
    Cheers, M

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    It is very cool. Thanks for posting this link.
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    I'd downloaded it a few weeks back, but out of habit didn't authorize notifications and ended up forgetting all about it. Thanks for the reminder.

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    It's neat but at its core watchville is basically just an RSS reader, except with pre-configured sources vs. ones you can set yourself. I prefer feedbin + reeder on my iphone because i can follow all the same watch blogs that watchville does as well as many others around other subject matter in one app. the other advantage to using something like my setup is it keeps track of what you read and didn't read yet (although I admit that I don't know if watchville does this too). Anyway, figured i;d chime in incase this helps anyone.
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    The clock function is great. Especially for OCD guys like me who needs to time my watch perfect at 0 seconds


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