10, a popular video capture and editing app for GoPro and DJI drone users, is the first to be updated to enable control of the cameras from Apple Watch.

The Apple Watch app acts as remote for GoPro (or your iPhone, Android device, or DJI drone camera), allowing you to preview what you’re shooting live, start and stop recording, and automatically share the video to social services.

An update in the near future will also enable support for controlling multiple cameras from your wrist at once.


The app is made to work with GoPro HERO 4, 3+, and 3 cameras, as well as the native cameras on the DJI Phantom 2 Vision and Vision+.

The updated 10 app will be available on the App Store today.


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