Bid On eBay Items From Your Apple Watch

ebay app home screen on apple watch

eBay app home screen on Apple Watch.

eBay’s most recent update of its iOS app, comes with Apple Watch integration as well as support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. If the upgrade that perfectly accommodates eBay on the screens of Apple’s latest flagships, arrives with an about 9 month-long delay, the watchOS app lands in only about one month and a half, after the first wrist-worn gadgets where delivered to the initial pre-orderers.

Version 3.6.0 most impressive update is the option which allows you to bid on your watched eBay items, from the comfort of your wrist gadget. Other eBay specific actions are available if you download eBay for Apple Watch. In case you already have the software installed on your iPhone, open the App Store, tap on Updates tab and upgrade to the latest version. The app will be automatically installed on your Watch, after it updates on your iPhone, if the Automatically Download Apps setting is turned on. Else, you’ll have to open the Apple Watch app on your smartphone, browse to My Watch, search eBay within the app list and tap on Show App on Apple Watch.

eBay App on Apple Watch
watching ebay items on watchos This software doesn’t include a glance, so you have to tap the Digital Crown until your Watch displays the app bundle. Now, tap on the eBay icon and open the application. You can also ask Siri to open the software for you, by flicking your wrist and shouting: “Hey Siri!…Open eBay appp!”.
eBay’s watchOS home screen shows four menu options: Activity, Watching, Buying and Selling. There’s no hidden menu, that can be made available via Force Touch. So, you can either check your news, review the items you’re watching, raise your bid on the items that you plan to buy and see how your sales are unfolding.

ebay apple watch activity menu
apple watch place bid button

eBay App for watchOS Facts
apple watch ebay revenue view – Bid on items displayed in the Watching category, by tapping on the product’s image. This opens up the Listing view. Next, hit Buy it Now or review Bid Price and tap on Place Bid to join the auction.
– To return to the app’s home screen, use the back command available in the top-left corner of your display, or perform a gesture shortcut. Slide right and you’ll switch for the previous view.
– If you’re an eBay Seller you can check your revenue and see which listed items currently have watchers, thus have higher chances of receiving a bid.

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