Posted October 19, 2018 07:16:06 Lucky Patchers, the wifi-enabled gadgets that allow you to connect to your Mac via a USB cable, are now available for Apple Watch.
Apple is launching a free app called Lucky Patches that allows users to connect via the iPhone or iPad to the devices via a Mac or PC.
The program was initially announced in May 2018, but it’s been only available to Apple Watch users.
Lucky Patch’s free version allows users on the Apple Watch to connect using an iPhone or Apple TV.
The Mac version is available on both Macs and PCs, though users are still required to download the software.
Luckypatcher.com Lucky Patched users will need to register for a free account, download the app and register their Mac or Mac-based computer to connect.
Once registered, the app will then prompt users to create an Apple ID.
Users will be able to log into the app through the same login credentials they use to access the iOS or Android apps.
Once users are logged into the application, they will be greeted with a list of apps they can access.
The app will let them choose from a list, then choose an app that matches their Apple ID to view a list with more information.
Users can then select to receive updates or updates directly from the Lucky Patchery website.
Users are also able to send updates to the app by clicking the “send” button.
Apple Watch owners who want to take advantage of the new feature should register for the program.
The website also offers a “How to” guide that walks users through installing the app, adding the Apple ID, and setting up a login.
LuckyPatcher.net’s developers are hoping that users will take advantage this program as the Mac app is only available in the US and Canada, and only in a limited number of countries.