This update introduces significant improvements to the mood tracking in the app. Now you can track your levels more consistently, and review all your history from the past year with more detailed analytics.
From your main Reports tab, you can now quickly see your mood history and access the full analytics or create a new measurement.
Tapping the mood % at the top of the reports tab will quickly get you access to these new features, similar to all the other analytics categories.
Now you can set new reminders to track your mood. You can do it in the mornings, evenings, or more often.
In the analytics, you can also see when you usually track your mood and if it varies by time of day or if there are certain times when you never check it.
You can also see the streak of how many days in a row you’ve tracked.
New graphs & Visualizations
In V4.4 you can view different time periods, to see your recent history or go back and view longer trends.
Though the mood is simplified into a 0-100 averaged score, there are a lot more details analyzed in a quick session of swiping. Now you can also visualize the various subtypes and see how they change over time.
- Improvements to the meditations in Coach tab
- New 50 minute breathwork in-app
- New Sunday live session on breathwork calendar
Portrait Mode for workouts
The previous square workout cards have been replaced with a new more customizable portrait view. These can be easily exported to Instagram stories or shared anywhere as a simple image exported to your phone.
In addition to the common things we have always shown like distance or time, you can now add other advanced elements like music, heart rate, temperature, and more.
To start out, you can choose a base design of maps, photos or other visualizations. Then you can select other elements to place on top. You can drag and drop them wherever you like to customize the card based on your photo and the story you’re trying to tell. It works great for common GPS workouts like running and cycling, but also for many other kinds that can all be tracked with the Apple Watch app.
- Improvements to the food tracking interface and photo selection
- Standardizing mood scores to be consistent across website & app
- Fixes for playing and storing meditations and workouts in app