WristWeb - Web Browser for Apple Watch

Last modified
Sunday, April 5, 2020

Description of App

Push your Apple Watch to the Web Surfing Limits using, WristWeb... the most powerful browser available for the Apple Watch.

Browse any site with on your Apple Watch using the most powerful browser available for the Apple Watch. This isn't another application adapted for the Apple Watch. This application was developed SPECIFICALLY for the Apple Watch.

Search for any website using your voice. Quickly perform the same search later using built-in search history.

You can view any page in one of three modes:

1) Simplified Version - Clean, large font version of a webpage that is easy to read on the Apple Watch.
2) Summarized Version - If there is an article on the page, this will use a mathematical algorithm to condense the article to only a few sentences. It will show you the sentences of the article that are most important, and summarize the essence of the article. Perfect for quickly reading a large webpage on your Apple Watch!
3) Full Page Version - It will show the entire graphical version of the web page. No, that's not a typo. It will render the entire webpage on your Apple Watch. You can even click links and interact with the page.

WristWeb allows you to easily switch between modes while surfing the web on your Apple Watch. Just Force Touch the screen while looking at a webpage...then you can view the webpage in a different view mode.

If you find a page that you would rather read on your iPhone? Simply pickup your iPhone, swipe up on the lock page, and the page you are reading will be instantly handed off to your iPhone Default browser.

Everything you do on your Apple Watch is private. No third party servers are used to process or condense the webpages. All of the advanced algorithms that allow you to enjoy the web right on your wrist are contained soley within your Apple Watch and iPhone.

- Create and maintain bookmarks directly on your watch
- All processing is done privately on your own devices (no third party servers will see your surfing activity)
- Simple navigation - Swipe right to go back to previous page. Force touch for the menu of options, etc.
- Images integrated into search results

Empower your Wrist...with WristWeb



Free or Paid


watchOS Version


Accessibility Comments

The only inaccessible part is the full page mode. Everything else is accessible


Mostly Accessible

Other Comments

If voiceover just makes the clicking sound, it is an image in a web page


1 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by destructatron 6 years ago



Submitted by Roxann Pollard on Saturday, April 30, 2016

It looks like this is a nice app. As I currently do not own an Apple Watch yet, I was wondering... Doesn't the Safari app come with the watch?

Submitted by destructatron on Saturday, April 30, 2016


Submitted by Rose on Thursday, October 13, 2016

I don't know if this app worked on a previous OS. But as of Watch OS 3, I cannot recommend this app. For me, it works until you get to the search results. But once you try to go to a webpage, the webpage is unreadable. I just hear a Voiceover boundary noise when I flick left or right on what is supposed to be a webpage. I've tried all three modes of webpage rendering.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Friday, October 14, 2016

have you contacted the devs of this app? If so have they responded? also did you try restarting voiceover on the watch?

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