Watch Case started as a passion project, which in fact, is how most of my personal projects start. I’m a collector of wrist watches and my collection grew to a point that I started looking for an app to catalog all my pieces.
I, for some time, got a chance to get a few vintage watches from USSR and Japan. And while getting those pieces, my awareness of the horology history grew quite a bit. Once I decided to make Watch Case, I had a clear understanding of an app I would like to see on the market. I think it has enough unique ideas to be worthwhile purchase for anyone collection wrist watches.
Below are a few screenshots of the app. I’m currently working on a big update that will clean up the interface, add a bunch of new options and will bring the app to the Mac!
Watch Case is available for iOS and iPadOS and you can download it directly from the App Store. The app is free (but hurry up because it might change).