My first impression, despite the impressive amount of technology inside of Samsung's hardware, the Gear S3 Classic has a stylish look and feel to it. There must be hundreds of watch faces available, but I prefer the clean look of the stock minimal watch face. Now let's explore some of the most useful built in features and some of the best apps, widgets and services available, to help me decide if this wearable tech will infiltrate my everyday wardrobe.
The App Store
on the right is a app/widget called Launcher, that allows you to customize 14 of your favorite apps onto a single homescreen. Unlike the stock app widget, Launcher can only be set up for one widget.
Sync your calendar from your phone with your Gear. There is a stock widget that lets you see either a monthly view or a list of events view. I prefer the monthly view because from that view a tap on the widget brings you into the event list view, so you get the best of both. I've been satisfied with the stock calendar, so I haven't tried any of the third party calendar apps. I was disappointed to find out that the calendar app does not support the addition of new events added from the Gear S3.