Kerbal Space Program Remote (KSPR) for Apple Watch (Apple Watch OS 2.0)
The Apple Watch Series 2, Apple Watch 3, and Apple Watch 4 are all available to download on the App Store for free.
The only catch is that they can’t run on the new Apple TV or Apple TV Mini.
That said, they’re available for download on all Apple devices running iOS 9.4 or later.
Apple has now announced that all of these products can run on their own, and they’re now on the Apple Watch app for iOS 9, the same app that runs on the newest Apple TV.
There are a couple of limitations to the Apple TV app, though.
First, you can only download apps on the watch, which is great if you use a phone, tablet, or computer as your primary device.
The Apple TV’s remote is limited to just two buttons, which limits you to just three options: Start/Stop, and Home/End.
You can’t access the Apple Music app on the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone 5 or newer.
Apple TV 4 owners can access the app from the App Center, though you’ll need to install the app first.
The other limitation is that all the apps must be installed on the same device to be able to run.
You’ll have to go to the app settings and select the watch or iPad as your device to access the remote.
The app does offer support for other Apple TV models, though, and can even download apps from the Apple App Store if you have an Apple TV 3, 5, or newer device.